Ukraine war: Captured Britons paraded on Russian state TV

Ukraine war: Captured Britons paraded on Russian state TV

Two Britons captured by Russia while fighting for Ukraine have been forced to beg Boris Johnson to exchange them for a pro-Moscow politician as Vladimir Putin attempts to make them pawns in his bloody war.

Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, who had been serving in the Ukrainian marines, were captured by Putin’s troops in the besieged city of Mariupol last week.

Captured Brit makes appeal to Boris Johnson for swap to free him
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Shaun Pinner (left) and Aiden Aslin (right), Britons serving in the Ukrainian marines who have now been captured by Russia, appeared on state TV today

An unidentified man showed Pinner a video of Viktor Medvedchuk's wife begging for his release, before Pinner appealed to Boris Johnson to facilitate the swap

An unidentified man showed Pinner a video of Viktor Medvedchuk’s wife begging for his release, before Pinner appealed to Boris Johnson to facilitate the swap

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