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    1,762 Ukrainians were freed from Russian captivity.

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    President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced on Saturday that 1,762 Ukrainians have been freed from Russian custody overall since the start of the conflict.

    In a new round of prisoner exchanges between Russia and Ukraine, 116 additional Ukrainian servicemen were released, Zelenskyy noted in a video message on Telegram.

    Zelenskiy noted the lengthy nature of the exchanges by stating, “Since February 24, 1,762 Ukrainians have been successful in escaping from Russian prison.”

    Zelenskiy claimed he spoke on the phone with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak about providing his nation with weaponry assistance.

    He stated, “In Britain, our men have already begun Challenger tank 2 training.”

    Additionally, he claimed that since Russia’s intervention began, the Donetsk region has seen the most intense fighting.

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