Austrian searchers found a burial place of the Red Army soldiers
The mass grave of the Soviet soldiers who deceased during the Second World War is discovered in Austria by the local search groups. Peter Sixl, Head of the searchers, reported that the burial site of about 30 soldiers of the Red Army was found in the forest near Velten village, not far from the border with Hungary.
The exhumation of the remains brought about the discovery of the soldiers' documents, from which it became clear that the soldiers were from Russia, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Belarus. The group who found the graves, had in its staff the representatives of Chernyi Krest NGO which is engaged in the search and reburial of soldiers deceased during the wars, and those of the state office for monuments of Austria.