The family and friends of a British citizen killed in Ukraine have identified him as Glasgow native Jonathan Shenkin.
In a social media eulogy, his family claimed that Mr. Shenkin, 45, "died as a hero in an act of bravery as a paramedic.".
He is one of eight British men who have reportedly perished in Ukraine since Russia invaded the country last year. From the UK, a large number of volunteer fighters and aid workers have arrived in the nation.
The man's family was being supported, according to the Foreign Office.
Mr. Shenkin's family posted on Facebook that he passed away in December in Ukraine.
He made the ultimate sacrifice when he joined the Ukrainian Armed Forces to protect the principles that we all hold dear, they continued.
His daughter and son, to whom he was devoted, survive him. ".
He reportedly devoted a large portion of his life to helping others, according to his family.
Before enlisting in the Israeli army, Mr. Shenkin, who was born and raised in Glasgow, also lived in London and Malta.
He operated his own security firm and performed assignments in the Philippines, South Korea, Somalia, Angola, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Oman.
There is a "real risk to life," according to the Foreign Office, which advises against traveling to Ukraine at all during the ongoing invasion.
If it is safe to do so, any British nationals who are still in Ukraine need to leave right away, the statement advised.
British nationals Andrew Bagshaw and Chris Parry perished in eastern Ukraine in January.
At Soledar in the eastern Donetsk region, their cars were struck by a shell as the two, according to their families, were attempting to save an elderly woman.
Former British soldier Jordan Gatley died in the battle for the eastern city of Severodonetsk in June, and Lancashire native Simon Lingard, who was fighting in Ukraine, passed away in November while from Great Harwood.
In April, Scott Sibley, a resident of Lincolnshire, passed away in Ukraine after being hit by mortar fire.
Craig Mackintosh, a volunteer medic from Thetford, Norfolk, died in August.
Paul Urey, a British aid worker who was captured in Ukraine by separatists backed by Russia, passed away in custody in July of 2016.