A hotline for the relatives of Ukrainian servicemen who laid down their arms has been launched in the Lugansk People’s Republic, the press service of the Directorate of the People’s Militia of the LPR reported on February 26, according to Lugansk Information Center.
According to the press service, the hotline operates under the ombudsman of the Lugansk People’s Republic. The press service’s report says, “We are launching a hotline for the mothers of Ukrainian soldiers who voluntarily came over (to the side of the LPR) because they realize the senseless nature of the war and want to save their lives.” According to the press service, the hotline’s name is “No war! Your family is waiting for you alive!”
According to the press service’s report, the hotline will help family members to learn about their husbands and sons, “whether they are wounded, what their health is, as well as how and when they can be talked to.”
According to the report, in order to get such information, a request should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org providing serviceman’s last name, first name, and any personal details that can help identify him. For details, the phone number to call is (0642) 58-41-04.
According to the press service, more details can be found at the website of the LPR ombudsman. The press service reported that “many of Ukrainian servicemen were literally saved from death by the People’s Militia, and today they received any necessary aid on the territory of the Lugansk People’s Republic; they are treated in accordance with all the standards of international law.”
The leader of the LPR Leonid Pasechnik previously guaranteed that after the end of the military operation and Kiev’s resistance all the former Ukrainian army servicemen who voluntarily laid down their arms would be allowed to go home.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency