G9 is an organization of military and civilian volunteers in Kharkiv Oblast looking for the exhumed bodies of killed Russian servicemen. There are similar organizations in other oblasts where hostilities continue. According to the General Staff of Ukraine, more than 30 thousand occupiers have been eliminated during the Russian-Ukrainian war. The village of Mala Rohan near Kharkiv was under occupation almost all the time after the start of the full-scale invasion, only recently it was liberated by the Ukrainian military. After that, volunteers exhumed the bodies of 86 occupiers. Yuriy and Volodymyr are volunteers, they help the military to dig up bodies. Earlier, they worked in a funeral agency, so they say they arenʼt afraid of corpses. They have no sympathy towards the killed occupiers: "We donʼt feel sorry for them, we did not call them here," the brothers say. According to members of the G9 team, only the uniform of the exhumed Russian soldiers remains, and the body decomposes. Photographer Yura Palyvoda went to the Pyatyhatky and Mala Rohan villages in Kharkiv Oblast to see how dead Russian soldiers are being dug up and sent home. Here is his photo report.