The two British aid workers who had previously been reported missing in Ukraine are confirmed to have been killed.

Two British aid workers who were reported missing on the eastern Ukrainian front line on January 6 are believed to be dead. A statement from the family of one of the men was released today, Tuesday January 24, by the UK Foreign Office, The Sun reported.

Chris Parry, 28, and Andrew Bagshaw, 48, were last seen at the Bakhmuth region where they were trying to facilitate a humanitarian evacuation from the city ​​of soledar. Heavy fighting was taking place at the time when the Russian army invaded the city.

“It is with great sadness that we have to announce that our dear Chrissy has been killed along with her colleague Andrew Bagshaw while attempting a humanitarian evacuation from Soledar in eastern Ukraine,” the family’s statement read.

He continued, “Her selfless determination to help the elderly, young and underprivileged there has done us and her larger family proud. We never imagined that we would say goodbye to Chris when he had such a full life ahead of him. He was a loving son, a fantastic brother, the best friend to many, and a loving partner to Olga.”

“Chris was a confident, outgoing, and adventurous young man who was loyal to everyone he met. He lived and worked as a software engineer, but Cornwall was always home to him. He loved rock climbing, biking, running and skydiving and he wanted to travel the world,” he added.

“He was drawn to Ukraine in March at its darkest hour at the start of the Russian invasion and helped those most in need, saving more than 400 lives and many abandoned animals.”

“Words cannot express how much we will miss him, but he will always be in our hearts. We feel so privileged that you have chosen our family to be a part of it,” the statement concluded.

Earlier this month, images appeared on the Concorde Telegram channel used as a media outlet by the mercenary organization Wagner PMC purporting to show the passports of both men. Messages attached to the post claimed that at least one of them had been killed.

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