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Ukraine transferred to Russia the remains of seven Red Army soldiers who died during the Second World War

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Ukraine transferred to Russia the remains of seven Red Army soldiers who died during the Second World War

The remains of seven fighters of the Red Army were handed over by Ukrainian search engines to their Russian colleagues on the Russian-Ukrainian border at the multilateral automobile checkpoint Nekhoteyevka, Belgorod Region.


The ceremony of transferring the remains of seven fighters of the Red Army, discovered in 2018 and 2019 years, took place. On the Russian side was the Search Movement of Russia, on the Ukrainian side, the People's Memory Union

- The Belgorod Customs said in a statement.

It is noted that the Ukrainian search engines from the public organization "Union" People’s Memory "managed to establish the names of all seven dead Red Army soldiers.

The event is very significant, because for the first time such a large number of soldiers are transported from the territory of Ukraine for reburial to their small homeland. At present, the leadership of the search union "People's Memory" of Ukraine is taking it out, to which we attach special importance to this. (...) and more than one soldier will return home (...)

- said Anton Tordashev, adviser on international cooperation of the all-Russian public movement Search for Russia, adding that in recent years Russia has transferred 40 remains for the reburial in Ukraine, 160 remains have been transferred from Ukraine to Russia.

After the transfer ceremony, the remains of the Red Army soldiers were taken to the Moscow region, where today, December 1, at the Federal Memorial Cemetery of the Ministry of Defense, representatives of the Search Movement of Russia organization will hand them over to their relatives and representatives of their regional offices for burial in their small homeland.

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    1. Tochilka
      Tochilka 1 December 2019 11: 28
      +44
      It is written that they are installed. With names and place of birth. Sent for burial in their homeland. Why bile drip?
      1. Victor_B
        Victor_B 1 December 2019 11: 29
        +13
        Quote: Tochilka
        It is written that they are installed.

        Something passed by ...
        Just got these Natsik already!
        Respect to the real citizens of Ukraine!
        Not for them (search engines) I "drip bile" ... They are real fellows!
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 1 December 2019 12: 35
          +14
          This is a good deed on the part of caring people - searchers of the remains of Soviet soldiers who died for their homeland - can and should only be welcomed!

          Thanks to the search engines for their important search work and for the fact that thanks to them, the fallen Soviet soldiers after the Second World War still returned home - to their small homeland!

          Every soldier of the Red Army dreamed of returning home from war to his home - under his native shelter! Earth to them all in peace!
        2. cost
          cost 1 December 2019 13: 28
          +2
          Good deeds are done by search engines. Thank you. It will be considered God.
        3. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 1 December 2019 14: 39
          +7
          Quote: Victor_B
          Something passed by ...
          Just got these Natsik already!
          Respect to the real citizens of Ukraine!

          In a strange time we live. In the battles for the liberation of the Ukrainian SSR, Soviet soldiers accepted and perished, but they were already reburied by nationality, although they lay in the ground nearby for more than 70 years.
      2. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 1 December 2019 11: 42
        +4
        Quote: Tochilka
        ..... Transferred for burial in their homeland .....

        Memory of those who died in battle.
      3. seregatara1969
        seregatara1969 1 December 2019 11: 47
        +13
        for seven the war finally ended and they will find peace for themselves and their descendants
      4. Lelek
        Lelek 1 December 2019 12: 51
        +2
        Quote: Tochilka
        Sent for burial in their homeland.

        hi
        Well, thank God, even though it was done in a human way in 25 years, otherwise all the bells, bells, bells ...: request
      5. Piramidon
        Piramidon 1 December 2019 17: 54
        0
        Quote: Tochilka
        Why bile drip?

        This is where you saw the "bile"? On the contrary, an article about the fact that not all in Ukraine are svidomo skakuasy and natsik.
        1. Krasnoyarsk
          Krasnoyarsk 1 December 2019 18: 40
          0
          Quote: Piramidon

          This is where you saw the "bile"? On the contrary, an article about the fact that not all in Ukraine are svidomo skakuasy and natsik.

          I’m talking about this all the time, but for some reason they don’t believe me. request
        2. Tochilka
          Tochilka 1 December 2019 18: 50
          +3
          My answer was to the first, now deleted, comment.
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 1 December 2019 22: 48
            +2
            Quote: Tochilka
            My answer was to the first, now deleted, comment.

            In order to avoid confusion, when answering, you would need to insert a quote from the comment you are responding to. hi
      6. Alexander Petrov1
        Alexander Petrov1 2 December 2019 08: 33
        0
        To Heroes - Eternal Glory !!!
    2. Alex_You
      Alex_You 1 December 2019 11: 29
      +6
      Have you read the article?
      It is noted that the Ukrainian search engines from the public organization "Union" People’s Memory "managed to establish the names of all seven dead Red Army soldiers.

      Most likely they found living relatives. Yes, and as if
      that in recent years, Russia for the reburial in Ukraine transferred the remains of 40 people
      1. svp67
        svp67 1 December 2019 11: 50
        +5
        Quote: Alex_You
        Yes, and as if
        that in recent years, Russia for the reburial in Ukraine transferred the remains of 40 people

        And..
        the remains of 160 people were transferred from the territory of Ukraine to the Russian Federation.

        All the same, even though it brings us closer
    3. svp67
      svp67 1 December 2019 11: 37
      +3
      Quote: Victor_B
      Or determined by the bones that they are Russian (Uzbeks, Tatars ... bring them the number of Soviet nations)?

      Maybe according to the information in the medallions they installed, the birthplace and place of conscription fit in and who are not informed by nationality, they may not be Russian., But of any other nationality, even Ukrainians, the main thing is that they were born in the territory that now belongs Russian Federation, that is, Russians.
      1. yustas
        yustas 1 December 2019 12: 59
        +6
        All the same, Russians, not Russians, I’m not Russian, I’m Russian, although there is no longer the state where I was born, but I’m Russian.
        1. svp67
          svp67 1 December 2019 13: 03
          +1
          Quote: yustas
          All the same, Russians, not Russians,

          Well, only if you admit the existence of "Russian Tatars", "Russian Jews", "Russian Germans", "Russian Mordvin" and so on and so on ... There are many nations and nationalities in Russia
          1. yustas
            yustas 1 December 2019 13: 08
            +9
            And what is wrong? I have Tatars and Russians in my father’s relatives, Russians and Gypsies in my mother. I live in Russia and I am Russian and respect those who live with me on my land shoulder to shoulder, regardless of who, how and where were the parents of this person and who he is by nationality.
    4. maidan.izrailovich
      maidan.izrailovich 1 December 2019 11: 57
      +7
      And in / on already in vain to bury the soldiers?

      You have no idea about the work of search engines.
      Their main task is not just to find and dig up the remains, but to make every effort to identify them.
      Once transmitted, then there are good reasons.
      Generally very good news. This also means that not everyone there was scotched. And that means there is a chance for a healthy society in this territory.
    5. Lbt21
      Lbt21 1 December 2019 12: 11
      +4
      It is like you "vpadlu" to bury! And the soldier was not a Russian or a Ukrainian, but first of all he was a SOLDIER! And low bow !!! And yes, if this is news to you, then you can establish an identity by personal belongings or documents!
      1. Victor_B
        Victor_B 1 December 2019 12: 43
        -10
        Quote: Lbt21
        It is like you "vpadlu" to bury!

        Look at yourself!
        Any freedom there and s-14 can honor the Soviet soldier will be given?
        Or should I give honor to a Bandera soldier? He is not a soldier for me. Nazi henchman!
        Here I have a more complicated attitude towards the Wehrmacht soldier.
        1. Lbt21
          Lbt21 1 December 2019 13: 46
          +4
          And what did Bandera’s pass? Read the article carefully and less bile!
          1. Victor_B
            Victor_B 1 December 2019 13: 48
            -2
            Quote: Lbt21
            And what did Bandera’s pass?

            The bones of these heroes are buried with honors in Ukrainian soil.
  2. taiga2018
    taiga2018 1 December 2019 11: 35
    +3
    Somewhere there, and my uncle went missing in August 1941, eighteen years old ...
  3. sabakina
    sabakina 1 December 2019 11: 38
    +2
    Ukraine transferred to Russia the remains of seven Red Army soldiers who died during the Second World War
    The Young Guard .... I said everything ... I think someone will not understand me ....
  4. Aviator_
    Aviator_ 1 December 2019 11: 38
    0
    It, of course, is all well done, but why is the burial not in the places where the dead were from (since their data has been fully established), but at the memorial cemetery of the Ministry of Defense in the Moscow Region? Probably because the recruiting places for these Red Army soldiers are no longer there?
    1. Geo⁣
      Geo⁣ 1 December 2019 12: 42
      +5
      Quote: Aviator_
      why is the burial not in the places where the dead were from (since their data has been fully established), but at the memorial cemetery of the Ministry of Defense in the Moscow Region?

      More attentively, comrades, more attentively!

      at the Federal Memorial Cemetery of the Ministry of Defense, representatives of the organization "Search Movement of Russia" will give their relatives and representatives of their regional offices for burial in a small homeland
      1. Aviator_
        Aviator_ 1 December 2019 13: 41
        +1
        Thank you for the clarification. And then a stereotype worked for me - once in a cemetery, it means they buried it.
  5. Was mammoth
    Was mammoth 1 December 2019 11: 38
    -1
    Thanks to the search engines! Both ours and Ukrainian.
    Shame on the Ukrainian authorities. In exchange, the remains of Bandera were not requested?
  6. knn54
    knn54 1 December 2019 11: 39
    +20
    1. Red Army soldier Voronkin Kirill Petrovich, born in 1918, a native of the Penza region,
    2 Red Armyman Shishkanov Vasily Ivanovich, born in 1918, a native of the Stalingrad region,
    3. Red Army soldier Shevchenko Pavel Petrovich, born in 1914, a native of the Stalingrad region, 4.
    4. Fomichev Matvey Kuzmich, born in 1920, a native of the Tula region,
    5. Red Army soldier Zadonsky Timofey Andreevich, probably born in 1911, a native of the Moscow region.
    Barvenkovo ​​district, Kharkov region.
    6. The remains of the Red Army soldier Istamulov Zhabar Istamulovich, born in 1920, a native of the village of Hindoy, Vedeno region (now the Chechen Republic) were found on July 11, 2019 in the area of ​​the village of Verkhovka, Barsky district, Vinnytsia region.
    7. The remains of the Red Army soldier Gladkov Vyacheslav Efimovich, born in 1902, a native of Astrakhan, were found during the search work on December 2, 2018 in the area of ​​the village of Peregonovka, Kobilyatsky district, Poltava region.
    1. Terenin
      Terenin 1 December 2019 11: 59
      +7
      Quote: knn54
      1. Red Army soldier Voronkin Kirill Petrovich, born in 1918, a native of the Penza region,
      2 Red Armyman Shishkanov Vasily Ivanovich, born in 1918, a native of the Stalingrad region,
      3. Red Army soldier Shevchenko Pavel Petrovich, born in 1914, a native of the Stalingrad region, 4.
      4. Fomichev Matvey Kuzmich, born in 1920, a native of the Tula region,
      5. Red Army soldier Zadonsky Timofey Andreevich, probably born in 1911, a native of the Moscow region.
      Barvenkovo ​​district, Kharkov region.
      6. The remains of the Red Army soldier Istamulov Zhabar Istamulovich, born in 1920, a native of the village of Hindoy, Vedeno region (now the Chechen Republic) were found on July 11, 2019 in the area of ​​the village of Verkhovka, Barsky district, Vinnytsia region.
      7. The remains of the Red Army soldier Gladkov Vyacheslav Efimovich, born in 1902, a native of Astrakhan, were found during the search work on December 2, 2018 in the area of ​​the village of Peregonovka, Kobilyatsky district, Poltava region.

      Eternal Glory and Memory of the Fallen Warriors soldier soldier soldier
      One of my countryman.
      By the way, there were always normal relations between certain search organizations in Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, even Poland, the Baltic states and Germany. I know not by hearsay.
    2. Never mind
      Never mind 1 December 2019 12: 10
      +4
      Thank you for clarifying! While reading the article I hoped to see the name of my grandfather, but there are unfortunately a lot of people like me, Thanks to all those who are involved in this case! Eternal memory to our grandfathers!
      1. Oleg (Kharkov)
        Oleg (Kharkov) 1 December 2019 21: 52
        +1
        Quote: It doesn’t matter
        see the name of my grandfather, but there are unfortunately a lot of people like me

        Why "Unfortunately"? go to the mirror. your grandfather is alive. in you, in your children. But the current generation of Instagrammers-daffodils ... my sister is 38, a normal woman, lives with a ficus and a cat ... no one will remember her ... (
  7. AU Ivanov.
    AU Ivanov. 1 December 2019 11: 47
    +4
    He himself went to the memory watch. It is a huge success to establish the identity of a fighter. In a medallion or a piece of paper in the dust crumbled, or not filled. You can only say thank you to Ukrainian search engines: seven have gone missing.
    1. novobranets
      novobranets 1 December 2019 14: 43
      0
      Quote: AS Ivanov.
      In a medallion or a piece of paper in the dust crumbled, or not filled.

      I look on YouTube videos of search engines, many of the surviving medallions found contain only blank forms. It was considered a bad omen to fill in the so-called "mortal" medallion.
  8. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 1 December 2019 11: 54
    +2
    This is a good thing. Correct. They rest in peace and eternal memory.
  9. Sitearvi
    Sitearvi 1 December 2019 11: 56
    +3
    Many thanks to the search engines, I am glad that decent people remained in Ukraine.
  10. fa2998
    fa2998 1 December 2019 12: 01
    +1
    Quote: Victor_B
    And in / on already in vain to bury the soldiers?
    Or determined by the bones that they are Russian (Uzbeks, Tatars ... bring them the number of Soviet nations)?
    We will bury with honors, even if they were all ethnic Ukrainians.
    For us they are ALL (!) SOVIET soldiers!
    Land they rest in peace. Native ...

    Have you even read the article? Russia, in turn, transferred 40 remains to Ukraine. That means, according to documents, tokens (which the Red Army did not particularly favor), by awards (by numbers) that these soldiers were called up from the Ukrainian SSR. soldier hi
    1. AU Ivanov.
      AU Ivanov. 1 December 2019 13: 13
      +1
      Our soldiers did not have any tokens - the Germans had tokens. We had ebonite or textolite pencil cases with a screw cap. A rolled-up piece of paper with the data of a serviceman was placed in the pencil case. Moreover, these data, as a rule, were entered by the fighter himself. Many put a blank form in the pencil case; it was considered a bad omen to fill in the "death medallion" on oneself. You pick up a soldier, and the medallion is either empty or blank. It's good if the surname is scrawled on the mug-spoon-pot - there is a chance to return the name to the unknown soldier.
      1. fa2998
        fa2998 1 December 2019 13: 54
        -1
        I know this without you, I just called it "tokens", and not to paint it on 7 lines, it was about something else. hi
  11. iouris
    iouris 1 December 2019 12: 05
    0
    A grandfather, a native of the Orenburg region, died in early 1943 on the border in the Sumy region. Is he now considered an occupier? Absurd. His 16-year-old son, who fled to the front, leaving a job in the rear, was convicted and sent to rebuild the mines of Donbass. Married there, became a Ukrainian. Kafkianism. We are waiting for this episode of turmoil to end. We are especially looking forward to the results. Thanks to the search engines.
  12. Starper-xnumx
    Starper-xnumx 1 December 2019 12: 10
    0
    Thank you, of course, but our whole Ukraine is there, it’s a continuous cemetery of soldiers ..
    Wherever you dig! soldier Another question is how our history of the Second World War was changed.
    How many veterans died from a heart attack, watching all this torchlight procession in Kiev, etc ..?
    On this issue there will still be proceedings and tough .. negative soldier

    Debriefing is still ahead "brothers" ...
  13. rocket757
    rocket757 1 December 2019 12: 26
    +3
    We even share our great TRAGEDY and HISTORY.
    Not happy about it at all.
    And to the soldiers who fell for the freedom of our great homeland, LIGHT MEMORY!
  14. Rwmos
    Rwmos 1 December 2019 12: 41
    0
    Still, people still remained on the Wild Field.
    1. Naive
      Naive 1 December 2019 15: 37
      0
      How many labels can I hang? Are you stupefied to the edge? or how to explain it?
  15. Vkd dvk
    Vkd dvk 1 December 2019 12: 46
    +6
    Quote: Victor_B
    And in / on already in vain to bury the soldiers?
    Or determined by the bones that they are Russian (Uzbeks, Tatars ... bring them the number of Soviet nations)?
    We will bury with honors, even if they were all ethnic Ukrainians.
    For us they are ALL (!) SOVIET soldiers!
    Land they rest in peace. Native ...

    Only a complete bastard can say that.
    Remains to the homeland. IT IS RIGHT. They do not throw them out of the graves, but with honors, in this case, appropriate ..... Perhaps there were relatives who did not know what happened to them. Thanks to the search engines, wish them a long life, health.
    And the Christian will wish the fallen Kingdom of Heaven. Swota, doesn’t even know THIS.
  16. Vkd dvk
    Vkd dvk 1 December 2019 12: 57
    +1
    Quote: Aviator_
    It, of course, is all well done, but why is the burial not in the places where the dead were from (since their data has been fully established), but at the memorial cemetery of the Ministry of Defense in the Moscow Region? Probably because the recruiting places for these Red Army soldiers are no longer there?

    I think there will be more order and respect for the content of the mass grave of TAM than for lonely abandoned graves, remains, transported throughout Great Russia ..... The right decision.
    1. DPN
      DPN 1 December 2019 16: 28
      0
      But at the memorial cemetery of the Ministry of Defense in the Moscow region?
      Following the example of the Leningrad Piskaryovskoye cemetery
    2. Geo⁣
      Geo⁣ 2 December 2019 05: 15
      +1
      At first it is important for you where to bury:
      Quote: Vkd dvk

      Only a complete bastard can say that.
      Remains to the homeland. IT IS RIGHT

      Then immediately it doesn’t matter where, there would be only order:
      Quote: Vkd dvk

      I think there will be more order and respect for the content of the mass grave of TAM than for lonely abandoned graves, remains, transported throughout Great Russia

      And by the way, this is the wrong conclusion from the article, the above has already been disassembled.
  17. DPN
    DPN 1 December 2019 16: 23
    +1
    This is not a good occupation, they defended the dead, they defended one country of the USSR and it was worth a penny to get to these burials. They will bring these remnants to the village, where there may be no relatives.
  18. Oleg (Kharkov)
    Oleg (Kharkov) 1 December 2019 22: 13
    +3
    The dead were found in the Kharkov region?
    Just a couple of years ago, volunteers conducting search work in the Balakleysky district of the Kharkov region discovered between the villages of Gusarovka and Lozovenka the remains of two Soviet soldiers. They were Lieutenant General Kostenko F.Ya. and his adjutant captain Vasily Ivanovich Petrovich
    The commander of the Southwestern Front, Lieutenant General Fedor Kostenko, died in a terrible May 1942 during the Kharkov operation. Now this is officially confirmed, and the military commissariat of the Rostov region presented the results of an entire investigation, which lasted two years.
    - For the first time after the war, it was possible to return the name to a commander of such a high rank, until now the circumstances of the death of Fedor Yakovlevich Kostenko were not exactly known. He was considered missing; he was not listed among prisoners of war, nor among the dead.
    It all started with the fact that in the spring of 2016 in the Kharkiv region, between the Ukrainian villages of Gusarovka and Lozovenka, search engines found a small inconspicuous burial: a metal detector reacted to a soldier's flask. At a depth from the height of a matchbox were the remains of two fighters, tall and aged and shorter, young. Solid boots indicated belonging to the officer corps. The insignia on the shoulder straps disappeared, but the general's stripes were guessed on a piece of cloth. They also found the rest of the document, maybe a party card. As soon as the name "Kostenko" flashed in my eyes, the decayed paper immediately turned to dust.
    Search engines, unlike politicians, are a friendly caste. They are united by the great noble cause of restoring the names of those killed in the bloody massacre. So, despite many obstacles, Ukrainian and Russian members of search expeditions can communicate with each other. So the information from Kharkov reached the Rostov region - after all, Lieutenant General Kostenko was a native of the Don village of Bolshaya Martynovka. It was not possible to find living witnesses here who would remember the Kostenko family, from the archives it became known that he had a wife Vasilisa and four children, sons Peter, Budimir and daughters Ulyana and Rada, whose names were added to the words: "There will be Peace, Joy and Love". The village has a museum of the general; a street is named after him. Fyodor Yakovlevich Kostenko is one of the rare people who have defended their homeland all their lives. The great Georgy Zhukov, who came to the Manych cavalry regiment, remembered him as one of the first cavalrymen, a conscientious commander and a great enthusiast of cavalry affairs.
    Since 1915, he has served in the Russian army, a participant in the Civil War, was captured, after which he was almost shot in Novocherkassk prison. Then he studies at the cavalry courses of the command staff, grows up the ranks from assistant squadron commander of the 1st Cavalry Army to the commander of the 26th Army, and then deputy commander of the Southwestern Front. Having distinguished himself during the Elets offensive operation, when several fascist divisions were defeated and more than 400 settlements were liberated, in December 1941 he became the front commander. From April 1942, he was again deputy. During the tragically ended Kharkov operation, he disappeared on May 26, 1942.
    The son of a lieutenant general - Peter Kostenko (born in 1923) fought in fighter aircraft. Senior sergeant P.F. Kostenko, pilot of the 273rd fighter regiment of the 8th Air Army, was shot down and died in an air battle on September 27, 1942 at Stalingrad for 19 years. the lieutenant general’s son ... could squeeze behind the women ... he didn’t want to ...
    Eternal memory of those who gave their lives for us descendants.
  19. georggy
    georggy 2 December 2019 08: 17
    0
    Well done search engines. Thanks to them.
  20. ork_333
    ork_333 2 December 2019 09: 03
    0
    Interestingly, where can I find the names and surnames of the victims? My family has not been able to find the burial place of my cousin for many years. He died in Ukraine in the 43rd year. All that we managed to find out was buried north of the village of Mani, the Stalin Region, at a distance of 1 km. Now this is the territory of the LPR / DPR, but search engines can work there too.