DNR stated Kyiv released seven prisoners of self-proclaimed republic
Militants say about one military and six civilians
The "Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights" of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People's Republic," stated that Kyiv has released seven prisoners at the territory of Donbas, according to "RIA Novosti".
The" Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights in DPR "has received information on the release from the Ukrainian captivity seven persons: "one military "of the republic" and six civilians, of which one person was not involved in the armed conflict ", - said the representative of DPR.
Recall, according to Security Service of Ukraine data for more than two years of Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine have been released from captivity or were found around 3080 citizens of Ukraine.
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