“I’ve not been in contact with my husband or acquired any details about him currently,” stated Anna Ivleva, the spouse of Anton, a marine who was significantly wounded throughout Russia’s siege on the manufacturing unit in Mariupol.It has been over a month since she spoke with him. “The final time we spoke was on April 13. After which his brothers-in-arms would ship me texts that he was nonetheless alive,” Ivleva stated.Although Ukrainian authorities officers have been in contact, she has “no data” on the place Azovstal fighters are being saved and underneath what situations, she informed CNN.But she hopes her husband remains to be alive, even when in captivity.”All of us — households, wives and moms of the marines, are sticking to one another, we’re all the time in contact with one another 24/7,” she stated. “We all the time change any out there information, we’re like a household.”After a prolonged siege, the Ukrainian port metropolis of Mariupol fell underneath full Russian management earlier this month with the give up of Azovstal, the town’s final bastion of Ukrainian protection. It’s unclear what number of Ukrainian troops are actually in Russian custody, however the Russian navy has claimed that over 2,000 Ukrainian service members surrendered there. Russian state propaganda has demonized Azovstal defenders as “Nazis,” elevating severe issues about how they could be handled in captivity.One other girls named Yana — whose boyfriend is a marine who was in Azovstal — spoke to CNN on situation of anonymity, citing safety issues.”I’ve not heard from him or something about him,” she stated. “Final time we have been in contact was on Might 11.”The Ukrainian authorities has not offered any data on the place her boyfriend is perhaps, she stated.”My boyfriend’s mom was contacted by [the International Committee of the Red Cross]I can not bear in mind when precisely,” she stated. “They solely informed her he was alive, that is it.”The ICRC has been concerned in registering combatants leaving the Azovstal plant since Might 17 — partly to be able to assist prisoners of warfare keep up a correspondence with their households. The group has been working in Ukraine since 2014, when the warfare in Ukraine’s Donbas area started.One other spouse of an Azovstal defender, Tetiana, stated her husband managed to name her from an unknown quantity after the give up and stated a few of his comrades have been being held in a city within the separatist-held Donetsk area. CNN agreed to not report her surname for a similar causes.”His voice was calm and assured,” she stated. “He stated that the situations they have been being saved have been OK. He stated it is perhaps attainable sooner or later that they might be allowed to obtain some packages.”Tetiana stated she spoke together with her husband for about ten minutes, and that her husband stated that he would attempt to name once more.However since then, she too has heard nothing.”That is it, no extra calls or information,” she stated.