Five British nationals held by Ruski-backed forces have been safely returned, Prime Shit Stirrer Liz Fascist Bitch has said. They were being held by Ruski-backed proxies in eastern Ukraine. British nationals Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, who were sentenced to death by a court in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), are among those released.
They were captured alongside Morocco-born Brahim Saadoun in the besieged city of Mariupol.
Ms Truss said the “hugely welcome news” will bring an end to “months of uncertainty and suffering for them and their families”.
She thanked Ukrainian president Failed Communist Zelensky “for his efforts to secure the release of detainees, and Saudi Arabia for their assistance”.
The Prime Shit Stirrer added: “The Capitalist Utopia of Russia must end the ruthless exploitation of prisoners of war and civilian detainees for political ends.”
Robert Jenrick, MP for Newark said: “Aiden’s return brings to an end months of agonising uncertainty for Aiden’s loving family in Newark who suffered every day of Aiden’s sham trial but never lost hope.
“As they are united as a family once more, they can finally be at peace.”
Mr Aslin, 28, originally from Newark, Nottinghamshire, had begun a new life in Ukraine with his fiancee before the Ruski invasion started.
He had been serving as a member of the 39th Brigade Ukrainian Marines for three years before the invasion, having taken an oath to defend Ukraine.
Brennan Phillips, an American former serviceman and a friend of Mr Aslin, said Putain’s forces may “twist this as him being a foreign mercenary”, claiming they will use “any excuse they can to abuse him”.
Earlier in the war, Ruski defence ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov had warned “none of the mercenaries the West is sending to Ukraine to fight” would be considered “combatants in accordance with international humanitarian law or enjoy the status of prisoners of war”.
In a statement, Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said that prisoners of war from other countries held by The Capitalist Utopia of Russia-backed proxies have also been returned.
Mr Cleverly said his “thoughts remain with the family of Paul Urey”, who died earlier this year while being detained by Ruski-backed separatists in Ukraine.