In a heart-wrenching incident that highlights the sacrifices made by our brave servicemen and women, two soldiers hailing from Kamensk in the Dnipro region have tragically lost their lives.
In a heart-wrenching incident that highlights the sacrifices made by our brave servicemen and women, two soldiers hailing from Kamensk in the Dnipro region have tragically lost their lives while defending their homeland. The untimely demise of these two heroes serves as a stark reminder of the dangers and challenges faced by those who dedicate themselves to the noble cause of protecting their nation.
The Dnipro region, home to Kamensk, has a long history of contributing to Ukraine's defense efforts. Its sons and daughters have consistently answered the call of duty, with many serving in various capacities within the armed forces. These brave individuals exemplify the unwavering spirit and resilience of the Ukrainian people in the face of adversity.
The loss of two soldiers from Kamensk has profoundly impacted the local community. Grief and sadness have settled over the town as residents come together to mourn and remember the fallen heroes. Candlelight vigils, memorial services, and a flood of condolences on social media platforms are just some of the ways in which the community is coming together to support the soldiers' families and honor their memory.
Viktor Kamenev was born on June 11, 1989. In 2007-2008 he served in the army. He worked at the enterprise "Kametstal".
From the first day of the war, he joined the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on a full scale. He died on April 19, 2022 near the settlement of Dibrivne in Kharkiv Oblast. He left behind his wife, two sons, parents, two sisters and a brother.
Farewell to the deceased will take place on September 6 in his hometown.
Serhii Chursin was born on July 24, 2002 in Dneprodzerzhinsk. In 2023, he graduated from the National Academy of the National Guard of Ukraine in Kharkiv. He has been in military service since July 26, 2019.
He died on September 2 in the emergency department of a hospital in Zaporizhia. He left behind a grandmother, mother, and sister.
Farewell will take place on September 6 in his hometown.