Petro Poroshenko: Three Ukrainians released from captivity
“We are expecting more good news in the coming days”, - President
Three more Ukrainians are released from captivity of pro-Russian forces, informed President Petro Poroshenko on his Facebook.
“There’s good news from the Head of Security Service of Ukraine Vasyl Hrytsak. Three Ukrainian citizens have been released from captivity. Soon they will return home. We expect more good news in the coming days. Glory to Ukraine!” – Poroshenko wrote.
Earlier OSCE Special Representative Martin Sajdik announced that representatives of Ukraine and self-proclaimed “LPR” in the Trilateral contact group on settling the Donbas conflict in Minsk agreed upon the exchange of captives on February 26.
“On Friday, February 26, more people are going to be released: eight people – by Ukrainian authorities and four people – by separate districts of Luhansk region”, - Sajdik said.
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