New Information on Americans missing in Ukraine is Veteran an Ex-soldier of Marines CNN reports

Americans missing in Ukraine: is an ex-soldier of the Marines, a picture of two fighters spreading in the Russian media The third American man to disappear in Ukraine is a former U.S. Marines soldier,  CNN reports.

New Information on Americans missing in Ukraine is Veteran an Ex-soldier of Marines CNN reports
Ex-soldier of Marines Veteran, Photo: keihpng|local3news

The situation in the Ukrainian war. Alta-Sanomat has been following the war in Ukraine since the beginning.  The U.S. State Department has said it is aware of the third U.S. who has traveled to Ukraine to fight Russia. A State Department spokesman said Thursday the man is missing.

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New information on Americans missing in Ukraine

The man's spouse confirms the matter to the channel. The last time a close circle heard about the man was on April 23rd and 24th.

The man served in the Marines for 20 years and resigned last November. He decided to take part in the defense of Ukraine as a volunteer.

- He wanted to go and help the Ukrainians. He didn't really plan on fighting, the man's friend told CNN.

The image of two other Americans known to have fought on the Ukrainian side has also begun to circulate in the Russian media. Russian forces are said to have captured them north of Kharkiv.

In an image released by CNN, the men are looking up at the camera and their hands are apparently tied behind their backs.

CNN has not been able to confirm when the picture was taken. According to the other man's mother, the U.S. State Department has said it is investigating the authenticity of the image.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Also the third US citizen missing in Ukraine

According to CNN, the U.S. State Department said Thursday that it is also aware of a third-country national who has disappeared while fighting in Ukraine as a volunteer against Russian forces. On Wednesday, two U.S. citizens missing in the Kharkiv region are reported to have been captured by Russians.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ned Price said no further details could be provided so far. According to Price, the ministry is in contact with the families of the two who were reported missing on Wednesday, the Ukrainian authorities, and the international Red Cross.

However, their possible incarceration has not yet been confirmed. According to Price, the United States has not yet discussed the U.S. states that have been reported missing with Russia, and there have been no indications from Russia that they have been held captive by Russian troops.