According to Lobov's associate Alexander Malchanov, who served with him, Eduard died yesterday near Vugliadar.

"He and his partner "hunted" tanks with Javelin.

Then he entered into close combat, personally destroyed more than 5 Russians.

He received a shrapnel wound.

He died soon," says Malchanov.

Eduard served in the 72nd separate mechanized brigade.

Participated in the liberation of Kyiv region and Chernobyl from the Russian occupiers.

For the last few months he was under the watchful eye.

Eduard Lobau was born in 1988.

He joined the activities of the "Young Front" after returning from the army.

He served in the 103rd Separate Guards Mobile Brigade in Vitebsk.

In 2011, Eduard Lobau was sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment under the article "Hooliganism" together with the leader of the "Young Front" Zmitr Dashkevich.

He was released on December 18, 2014.

In 2015, Lobov secretly moved to Ukraine and joined volunteers fighting against Russian aggression.

Then he became part of the "Right Sector" volunteer battalion, which was stationed near Mariupol.

In 2015, he explained his participation in hostilities in an imposing manner:

"I did not go to fight for the freedom of Ukraine, but for the freedom of Belarus.

After all, if the Horde does not get its teeth here, in the Donbass, it will move on - and Belarus, I am absolutely convinced, will be swallowed up, like Crimea, in a couple of days."