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Over 120 ATO soldiers’ bodies remain unidentified in Dnipro city
11:49, 9 February 2017
Over 120 ATO soldiers’ bodies remain unidentified in Dnipro city

The same situation in Zaporizhia and Kharkiv regions

11:49, 9 February 2017

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Over 120 bodies of the ATO soldiers remain unidentified in Dnipro city. This was reported by the head of the search sector of humanitarian mission “Black tulip” Yaroslav Zhylkin.

“There are 120 unidentified bodies in Dnipro city, as well as in Zaporizhia and Kharkiv regions and there are several graves in Starobilsk,” he said.

The process of the identification continues, but rather slowly because of the lack of resources, according to Zhylkin.  

Related: Russia’s 59th humanitarian convoy takes away bodies of 40 militants from morgues

Search missions are going on in those areas of ATO area where they are allowed to enter.

"We know a number of burial places there (in controlled areas - Ed.). There are about 100 people there," he added.

Earlier it was reported that the bodies of three deceased Ukrainian soldiers were brought from occupied Donetsk. Now the bodies are being delivered to Dnipro city, where they will be handed over to the investigating authorities of Ukrainian National Police and representatives of the Dnepropetrovsk regional bureau of forensic medical examination.

Related: Ukrainian side received dead bodies of Ukrainian soldiers in Shchastya

 

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