Head of UN monitoring mission visited captivated Ukrainian servicemen in Donbas
One of the of factors of the visit is the next UN report, which will be released in September
The head of the UN Human Rights monitoring mission Fiona Fraser visited the Ukrainian servicemen held in captivity in Donbas by insurgents of "DPR". This was stated by the so-called "DPR Ombudsman" Daria Morozova, reports "Interfax-Ukraine".
"One of the key factors of the visit is the next UN report, which will be released in September. Together we entered every camera, there are two or three of them (prisoners of Ukrainian military - Ed.) in a single unit, they have safety and three meals a day, four-hour walks. Mrs. Fraser has no complaints, she isl satisfied with all she has seen, "- said Morozova.
According to her, all military were interviewed by Fraser on the subject of torture, they also gave her letters to their relatives.
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