Poroshenko: Release of Ukrainian hostages depends on Russia
Kremlin must bring pressure on armed separatists for them to fulfill this item of Minsk agreements - Poroshenko
Release of Ukrainian hostages depends on Russia. This was stated by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on the eve of a meeting with Ukrainian relatives held by Russian militants.
According to him, the Kremlin must bring pressure on armed separatists for them to fulfill this item of Minsk agreements.
Poroshenko said there are 107 civil and military men in hostage now. Information about only 45 of them is confirmed. Their names will be handed over to the office of the French President and the German Chancellor today.
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