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Ukraine war: Two UK help laborers caught by Russia, says NGO

Two British workers giving compassionate help with Ukraine have been caught by the Russian military, a guide association has said.

The non-benefit Presidium Network said Paul Urey and Dylan Healy were confined at a designated spot in southern Ukraine on Monday.

The Foreign Office is supposed to be earnestly looking for more data.

Mr Urey’s mom said she was very stressed for his government assistance, as he has type 1 diabetes and necessities insulin.

In the mean time, Russia has delivered a video of a man who it says has given up to Russian soldiers.

The man, who is wearing a tactical cover uniform, said he was called Andrew Hill, from Plymouth, and has kids and an accomplice.

In the video, the one who is displayed with a cast on his arm, inquired as to whether he was a safe and in the event that he could be taken to a clinic.

The video has not been checked by the BBC and it isn’t clear in the event that the man is talking under pressure.

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Ukraine war: two uk help laborers caught by russia, says ngo

The two caught help laborers are accepted to have been working freely, yet were in contact with the Presidium Network.

They were supposed to be attempting to protect a family from a town south of the city of Zaporizhzhia at the hour of their catch.

In an explanation passed on by Presidium, Linda Urey said she was “very stressed”.

Ms Urey likewise told Sky News she felt like she was experiencing her “most awful bad dream”.

“I simply don’t have the foggiest idea what to do,” she said.

“I don’t know anything and simply need to get him back.”

Mr Urey’s mom said she realized something was off-base when she didn’t hear from her child, who ordinarily messages her “20 times each day” and calls by means of FaceTime “eight to nine times each day”.

“Something’s off-base and all he needed to do was help individuals,” she said.

Presidium portrayed Mr Urey as a family man from the Manchester-Warrington region, and said he had recently burned through eight years as a regular citizen project worker in Afghanistan.

Mr Healy is depicted as a culinary expert via preparing, initially from Huntington in Cambridgeshire. He was driving the vehicle at the hour of the men’s catch, Presidium said.

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