Kazakh WWII soldier, who died near Smolensk, to be reburied in his homeland in Kazakhstan
The handing over the remains of the Kazakh soldier, who died in the World War Two, or the Great Patriotic War, as it was named in the USSR, took place at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Moscow, Russia.
The group of the Trizna search association found the remains of the Kazakh soldier of the Red Army while conducting the search operations in the territory of the Tyomkinsky district of the Smolensk Region in Russia. The remains were found to belong to Amanzholov Medet born in 1917, a native of Zhesterek village of Shet district in Karagandy region.
The relatives of the Kazakh soldier were found. According to the press service of the Kazakh Embassy in Russia, it is planned to rebury him in Kazakhstan, in his homeland, with full honors.