‘Extremely proud’ family of British national killed in Ukraine breaks silence in statement
Christopher Parry, 28, and Andrew Bagshaw, 48, were last seen on January 6 while on their way to Soledar, which at the time was under heavy siege by Russian mercenary fighters.
The family of a British humanitarian aid worker who died while on an “evacuation” mission in Ukraine near the eastern frontline has issued a statement to say they are “extremely proud” of their son. British nationals Andrew Bagshaw and Christopher Parry were killed while attempting a “humanitarian evacuation” from the Ukrainian town of Soledar in the first full week of January, Mr Parry’s family said in a statement released through the Foreign Office. The city was claimed by the Russian Wagner Group just a number of days later.
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