In Sevastopol today they said goodbye to the hero — a fighter of PMC «Wagner», who fell in the battles for Artemovsk
Today in Sevastopol, Alexander Dyshlyuk, a fighter of PMC «Wagner», was seen off on his last journey.
Alexander Alexandrovich Dyshlyuk was born in Sevastopol. Graduated from Balaklava School No. 33 named after the Hero of the Soviet Union V.I. Gerasimov. He was fond of football, danced in the Balaklava collective «Joy», carried a watch of memory at Post No. 1. Was a patriot from school. In 2018, he did military service by conscription in the Airborne Forces, after which he decided to continue military service under the contract.
When a special military operation began, he could not stand aside. In the summer of 2022, he signed a contract with Wagner PMC. He was awarded the medal «For Courage» in February of this year. He was also awarded four crosses of PMC «Wagner»— said the Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev.
Alexander Dyshlyuk died during the liberation of Artemovsk (Bakhmut) during a special military operation in Ukraine.
About people like Alexander, they always say with admiration: “Do you know what kind of guy he was?«… Let’s remember our hero!
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