Another Ukrainian soldier released from militants' captivity - Poroshenko
""Cyborg" Orest Petrushyn is free," the President wrote
One more Ukrainian soldier released from militant’s captivity, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko stated on Twitter.
"Friends, another our hero released from captivity. "Cyborg" Orest Petryshyn is free," Poroshenko wrote.
Earlier, militants of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic today, on October 30, announced the exchange of hostages in Marinka, Donetsk region, by the "1 for 1" formula.
As it was reported before, yesterday, October 29, from militants' captivity nine Ukrainian soldiers were released.
In addition, adviser to the Head of the Security Service of Ukraine Yuriy Tandit noted that negotiations for the release of prisoners have been conducted daily.
"From our part we are doing everything in order that such process did not stop. Every day negotiations are being held. Except the so-called representatives of the self-proclaimed republic, there are also field commanders, with whom we also engage in a dialogue, communicate with them and do our job," Tandit said.
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