Almuzhnyi "has been asking to send him to the front line all the time. After the blockade [of Donbas Battalion - ed.], he got into Avdiivka. He was small and cheerful, and getting into funny stories all the time," Semenchenko wrote.
"He was simple, honest, and caring... Preliminary information says it was a sniper [who killed him - ed.]... I still can't believe. None of the guys can. I'm lost for words," the MP wrote.