Aiden Aslin, a British volunteer, was able to contact his family and said that the Russian militants would soon execute the decision of the so-called court. He also said that, according to the invaders, the British side had not negotiate with the so-called “DPR” about his fate.
Meanwhile, the lawyer of one of the convicted foreigners who fought for Ukraine said that they intended to appeal against the court’s decision. If they refuse, they will ask for a pardon.
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