One of five Britons released from Russian detention in Ukraine after a prisoner swap has been pictured with his family.
It is understood Shaun Pinner is with his family in the UK.
It comes as the foreign and commonwealth office confirmed the names of all five Britons who were released – Aiden Aslin, John Harding, Dylan Healy and Andrew Hill, as well as Mr Pinner.
Prior to their release, they featured in video clips posted online or on Russian state TV.
On their flight home, Mr Aslin and Mr Pinner recorded a message, thanking those who had worked to free them.
“We’re now out of the danger zone and on our way home to our families,” said Mr Aslin.
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“By the skin of our teeth,” Mr Pinner added.
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In April, both men were captured by Russian forces who accused them of being mercenaries.
As a result, they appeared in court in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, a breakaway region in eastern Ukraine, and were threatened with death by firing squad.
Most of the people freed in the prisoner exchange are Ukrainian, including many soldiers from the Azov regiment, which gained fame for its defence of the final stronghold in Mariupol.
Mr Harding was among the small group of soldiers who were holed up inside the Azovstal steelworks in the southeastern port city.
Ten other foreigners have been released to Saudi Arabia before they return home, including Moroccan Brahim Saadoun, Americans Alexander Drueke and Andy Huynh, a Croatian, and a Swedish national.