British mercenary died in captivity as a result of a chronic illness


Paul Ury, a British mercenary imprisoned in the Donetsk People’s Republic, died on July 10 from chronic illnesses. This was reported by Donetsk News Agency, citing DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova.

British mercenary died in captivity as a result of a chronic illness

According to her, international organizations as well as British authorities were informed of Uri’s capture.

Furthermore, at his request, information about the capture was distributed to foreign media.

Morozova emphasized that the British side had not responded.

Ury was diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes, respiratory and kidney damage. Also a number of cardiovascular diseases during his first medical examination in the DPR.

According to the Ombudsman, representatives from London also failed to provide their subject with the necessary medical preparations through the Red Cross.

“Despite the gravity of the alleged crime, Paul Uri received appropriate medical attention,” Morozova said.

The British mercenary died on July 10, Morozova clarified.

A court in the Donetsk People’s Republic sentenced British citizens Sean Pinner and Aiden Eslin to death, as well as Saadun Brahim.

It was reported that the Russian embassy redirected to the DPR a British government appeal regarding mercenaries convicted in the republic.

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