Of the 88 Ukrainian servicemen from the occupied city of Popasna, Luhansk region, 11 left at the beginning of the full-scale invasion, including two female medics.

Dmytro Bublyk, Hero of Ukraine from Lviv, Master Sergeant of the Motorized Infantry Battalion of the 24th Mechanized Brigade named after King Danylo, said this in an interview with TSN correspondent Natalia Nagorna.

"I had a lot of subordinate personnel, a lot of them. When we entered Popasna, there were 88 people. These are the people mobilized, without additions. That is, these are the people with whom we went to Popasna. Out of those 88 people, 11 came out, including two female doctors," Dmytro Bublyk said.

According to him, it was very difficult morally because of the large number of dead and wounded.

Recall that NATO called the situation at the front in Ukraine "very difficult", since the beginning of the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the front line has not changed much.

On the TSN YouTube channel, you can watch the video The Most Candid Interview with Dmytro Bublyk: About Real Losses, Why Russians Go to Kill!