August 13, 2022

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'Russian warship, kissing our body': Ukraine honors soldiers who defended the island to death

‘Russian warship, kissing our body’: Ukraine honors soldiers who defended the island to death

Ukraine will posthumously honor a number of soldiers who defended to the death a small island in the Black Sea from Russian invasion. Thirteen Ukrainian border guards were victims of a Russian attack on the “snake island” of Zminji in the Black Sea on Thursday. The small island is now a symbol of heroic Ukrainian resistance to the Russian invasion, after they inform a Russian warship that it is ready to bowl.


The Ukrainian military lost any contact with 13 soldiers on Zmenyi (Snake Island), a small island near the Romanian border, after Russian naval and air strikes on Thursday. All border guards were killed in those attacks. But before their death, they sent an unmistakable message to their Russian opponents.

An audio file – not independently verified – shows a Russian warship telling Ukrainian soldiers to lay down their weapons and surrender “to avoid bloodshed or you will be bombed,” according to Ukrainian authorities. The Ukrainian answer was short but sweet: “Russian warship, we kissed ******”. According to Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Minister, the Russian ship began to be bombed.

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On Thursday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to decorate the deceased soldiers after their death. They defended the island to the end, and they all died heroically. All of them were posthumously awarded the title Hero of Ukraine. ”

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According to the Russian Defense Ministry, 82 Ukrainian soldiers on the island voluntarily surrendered in the attack, and there was no bombing or killing.