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Boxer Artem Mosha from Kiev died in the battles for Azovstal (photo)

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It is known that the athlete served in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and in recent days was with other military men on the territory of the Azovstal plant. The boxer’s death was confirmed by his mother.

According to the Facebook page of the Kyiv Boxing Federation, the boxing champion of Kiev, Artem Mosha, died during the defense of Mariupol.

The athlete served in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and in recent days was with other Ukrainian military on the territory of the Azovstal plant.

The boxer’s death was also confirmed by his mother, Irina Yegorchenko, who also wrote a post on her Facebook page.

“05/08/2022. My son died in Azovstal. Mosha Artem Sergeevich. He went to eternity and in his eternal dwelling. The only place I can leave my son is the hands of God. He died honorably defending Ukraine. God took him home Standing next to him, praying , thanks to all who fasted, fought Last correspondence with him and a photo of my hero You have become a very good son see you son in heaven who loves and looks forward to you mother See you in heaven Thank you for the sky of peace,” wrote Irina Yegorchenko, adding a screenshot of her last correspondence with her son.

The Azovstal defenders explained why they did not surrender to the Russian troops earlier. An official from the intelligence department of the Azov regiment said that those who fought for Azovstal witnessed the war crimes of the Russian invaders in Mariupol. Russia accepts all “Azov” terrorists, if they surrender they will go to jail.

More than 25 thousand people were killed in the city, so the invaders do not want to leave one of the defenders alive.

Moreover Focus He described the conditions under which the fighters of the Azov regiment survived on the territory of the Azovstal plant. According to a Ukrainian fighter with the call sign AntiKugut, the wounded are in terrible health and there is almost no medicine left for them.

Source: Riafan

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