Petro Volodymyrovych Letuta

Petro Volodymyrovych
(senior soldier)

was born on January 4, 1986 in the village of Zabarivka, Koryukivka district, Chernihiv region.

He received an incomplete secondary education at the Zabarivska comprehensive school. After school, he entered the Chernihiv Lyceum of Railway Transport, which he successfully graduated in 2004.

Conscripted into the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in 2004. He completed military service in the border troops.

In 2005, after his service, he mastered another profession - an industrial climber, which he liked more than the first. In the future, he worked and improved his professional abilities both in Ukraine and abroad.

He was very active, played football, played in teams, both for the district and at regional tournaments.

During 2015-2016, as part of a separate mechanized brigade, he took direct part in the anti-terrorist operation in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

After the start of a full-scale enemy invasion, he took up arms and stood up to defend his native Motherland. As part of a separate mechanized brigade as a senior scout of one of the units, he bravely performed his military and civic duty, fighting for the free and happy life of the Ukrainian people.

Petro said that after the war, as an industrial climber, he would have a lot of work in Chernihiv. I wanted to participate in the reconstruction of the regional center after the end of the great war.

Unfortunately, on October 16, 2022, while performing another combat mission, near the settlement of Spirne, Bakhmut district in Donetsk region, Petro Letuta died. He was buried in the village of Pisky in Koryukiv region, where his mother is from.

Parents, older brother and younger sister, as well as many friends in different parts of Ukraine and abroad, remained at home.

In honor of the Hero, a memorial plaque was opened in the village of Zabarivka in 2023.

Awarded the Order "For Courage" III degree (posthumously). 

Read the memories of relatives and friends about the Hero.

Eternal memory of the Hero!

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