Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called on his troops to capture more Russian soldiers. “Everyone at the front should remember: the more Russian prisoners of war we take, the more of our people will return,” Zelenskyy said in his daily video address last night. He welcomed a prisoner exchange in which 106 Ukrainian military personnel were handed over by the Russian side. They fought in the area of the now almost completely destroyed city of Bakhmut, as Zelenskyy said. Among them are eight Ukrainian officers. Many of the returned military had previously been reported missing. Zelenskyy did not say how many Russians were handed over in the exchange yesterday.