The Ukrainian mathematician Konstantin Olmesov committed suicide. He could not bear the brutality of the war in Ukraine

After the war broke out in Ukraine, Olmekov, 28, tried to leave Russia, but failed. He was remanded in custody for 15 days.

After leaving the Special Detention Center, Constantine received an opportunity to continue his studies at a university in Austria. He had to buy a ticket to Turkey and fly.

On Sunday, March 20, he committed suicide. In his suicide note, the mathematician wrote that he could no longer bear the horrors of the Ukrainian war.

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