Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

RUSSIAN soldiers were seen surrendering after their trenches were overrun in Ukraine.

Troops from Ukraine’s 3rd Assault Brigade shared footage of 26 prisoners of war who were captured across the frontlines.

Russian soldiers were seen surrendering after their trenches were overrun in Ukraine

Troops from Ukraine’s 3rd Assault Brigade shared footage of 26 prisoners of war who were captured across the frontlines

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The footage could breach the Geneva Conventions which state PoWs myst be protected from “public curiosity”

One said he took part of a botched assault on a chemical factory near Vovchansk while others captured in Terny, where his comrades were blitzed by kamikaze drones.

It came as Russia’s President Putin said he would only order a ceasefire if Ukraine ceded even more territory and vowed never to join Nato.

He also vowed to punish the West for using frozen Russian assets to bolster Ukraine’s warchest.

The G7 group of nations pledged a $50bn loan for Ukraine would be underwritten by interest payments from around $235bn of frozen Russian assets.

Rishi Sunak will join Ukraine’s Voldymyr Zelensky and other leaders at a peace summit in Switzerland this weekend.

Mr Sunak said: “Our goal is peace, but let us not confuse peace with surrender.”

President Zelensky met the Pope at the G7 summit yesterday.

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