“They didn’t give me his body”

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Maxim Khanyghin, who was the young Russian conscript who died for Putin?

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The Moscow Ministry of Defense asserts that only experienced and professional militaries were sent to Donbass to initiate the special military operation against Ukraine. The story of the young man Maxim Khanyghinhowever, it tells a very different scenario.

Maxim Khanyghin, the story of the Russian conscript soldier who died in Ukraine

Maxim Khanyghin was from Ozernoye village, near the city of Saratov, about 700 kilometers of steppe from Moscow. At the end of October 2021, he left for the military service. Before leaving the village, he told his mother Ludmilla that he would be away to participate in aexercise. The woman was not worried: her second child, Stanislavhad already done the lever in the Russian Far East, at the base located on theSakhalin Island.

After six months, the second son had been offered to sign up to join the Russian army but, despite the favorable pay, he had decided to reject due to the excessive distance from home.

Things, however, did not go the same way for Maxim. On his birthday, in fact, the Military commissioner of the region contacted family members to tell them who the boy was died.

Shortly after the phone call with which the dramatic news was learned, the mother of the young Maxim Khanyghin received a sms with which the certificate of “qualification for funeral” was delivered.

The last time the boy contacted the house was the February 23, 2022 while the last photo sent to the family portrayed him while he was carrying a Kalashnikov. The shot was accompanied by the phrase “Don’t worry, it’s only the second time they let me use it” and once emoticon smiling.

The mother: “They didn’t give me his body”

Following the communication received, in Ozernoye village cemetery the pit that should have kept the body of Maxim Khanyghin has already been dug.

The pit, however, is awaiting the young man’s remains.

The boy’s mother, in fact, is still waiting for Moscow send the official letter with the notice of death of the son. Therefore, Ludmilla called Belgordthe place where the young soldier was stationed, but she was told that the young man was completing the training. Then he contacted the Moscow military register and, then, also theFsbheir to the KGB, the security service of the Russian Federation who told her: “We have no information.”

The local recruiting office, on the other hand, promised her they would made every effort to return Maxim’s body.

Meanwhile, while she waits to be able to bury her firstborn, Ludmilla’s youngest son, Fedorturned 18 in October 2021 and is expected to leave for military service in the spring.

Official Russian estimates of the war and the many untold Maxim Khanyghins

Maxim Khanyghin is one of the many young Russian soldiers that the Kremlin sent to die in Ukraine. One of the many that the budgets of the Russian authorities hide and do not include in the official estimates which, almost twenty days after the start of the war against Kiev, hardly count 498 losses in the ranks of the Moscow army. According to experts, in fact, it is assumed that the figure should be multiplied by at least three to show the reality of what is happening in Ukraine.

According to what is learned, the boy would have turned 25 on February 25 but he is died on the first day of the Russian-Ukrainian warduring the fighting that took place in the Donbass region.

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