In Ukraine, an Estonian from the International Legion was awarded the Order “For Courage”
An Estonian fighter from the International Legion became the first citizen of the Baltic Republic in Ukraine to be awarded the Order “For Courage”. This is reported by RIA Novosti.
German Barinov, a 25-year-old citizen of Estonia, was awarded the Order “For Courage” of the third degree by the decree of the President of Ukraine. It is noted that the foreigner arrived in the republic and joined the Ukrainian unit in March. Prior to that, he served in the Estonian army, worked as a security guard and a police assistant in the city of Pärnu. During the fighting in Ukraine, he was slightly wounded twice.
Earlier, fighters of the International Legion said that the Ukrainian command sent them on suicide missions, often without any training and reinforcements or evacuation plans. In addition, they reported cases of looting and arms trafficking in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.