Sean, 49, flew back to Ukraine less than ten weeks after he was released in a prisoner exchange.

According to the publication, Pinner promised his mother and son “no more fighting on the front lines,” but insisted on “returning to the war zone” and “being with his wife, Ukrainian humanitarian worker Larisa.”

In November, The Daily Mail reported that the British mercenary Aiden Eslin, who was sentenced to death in the DPR and handed over to Great Britain earlier, intends to come to Ukraine again, but does not plan to join the Armed Forces of Ukraine.