Last week, we saw numerous deaths of multiple high-ranking military officials in Ukraine. This week is no different. Russia has lost yet another Russian General in its conquest of Ukraine. Major General Vladimir Frolov, the deputy commander of Russia’s 8th Army, was discovered to be killed in action as his funeral was held last Saturday at St. Petersburg’s Serafimovskoe Cemetery.

The death was confirmed by St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov, who attended the funeral. It was also confirmed by the city’s website through a statement of sympathy.

“Today, we say goodbye to a real hero. Vladimir Petrovich Frolov fell to the death of the brave in a battle with Ukrainian nationalists. He sacrificed his life so that children, women, and the elderly in the Donbas would no longer hear the explosions of bombs. To stop waiting for death and, leaving home, to say goodbye like the last time,” Beglov said.

“General Frolov is a hereditary soldier. His father went through the Great Patriotic War and fought with those who burned Khatyn. More than 70 years later, his son gave his life in the fight against a new generation of Nazis, whose hands bear the blood of those burned in the Odessa House of Trade Unions. A true patriot, a brave and brave man, he honestly and to the end fulfilled his military and human duty. People will not forget their heroes. Eternal memory to him,” he added.