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"They were conscious - both Alexandov and Yerofeyev - and they were consciously aware, not in a state of alcohol or narcotic intoxication. They claimed they were [the troops from] the military units of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation [as they were questioned at the time of their initial detention],” the doctor said in a Holosiyivskiy court today testifying as a witness, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

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