An Australian man, Trevor Kjeldal, has kicked the bucket in Ukraine, as per the Branch of International concerns and Exchange (DFAT).
The ABC comprehends the man had been battling in Ukraine when he was killed.
The workplace of the Clergyman for International concerns Penny Wong has affirmed Mr Kjeldal was from Brisbane.
A DFAT representative said authorities were “giving consular help” to the man’s loved ones.
“We send our most profound sympathies to the family and solicitation their security be regarded during this troublesome time,” the representative said.
“We can’t give further remark.”
His family affirmed his demise in a proclamation.
“Trevor was an exceptionally cherished and adored individual from our family,” a family representative said.
“Our profundity of trouble at his misfortune is incomprehensible.”
“We might want to say thanks to DFAT for their continuous help with bringing him home to us.”
Talking at a public interview on Queensland’s Daylight Coast, Head of the state Anthony Albanese portrayed the man’s demise as “grievous news”.
“My sympathies go to this respectable man’s family and his companions,” he said.
“I remind individuals that the DFAT counsel is that individuals don’t venture out to Ukraine. It is a risky spot.
“My heart goes out to the loved ones of the noble man included.”
The national government’s movement guidance for Ukraine remains “don’t travel”.
DFAT’s capacity to give consular help to the individuals who travel there is very restricted because of Russia’s attack.