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"DPR" refused to release hostages in response to Ukrainian goodwill gesture
08:36, 17 December 2016
"DPR" refused to release hostages in response to Ukrainian goodwill gesture

However, "DPR" is ready to take 15 hostages from Ukraine unilaterally

08:36, 17 December 2016

Open source

Terrorist group "DPR" will not take retaliatory steps, and will not release a single one of Ukrainian hostages in response to the plan announced by the Ukrainian government to show a gesture of goodwill and unilaterally transfer to Donetsk 15 people from the list, which consists of 228 people.

This was reported to "Interfax" agency by the so-called "ombudsman" of "DPR" Daria Morozova, radio "Freedom" informed.

Morozova said that the "DPR" is willing to accept 15 people unilaterally, but will not make reciprocal steps as "enough people were released unilaterally" already.

"Ombudsman" looked forward to the completion of the exchange of prisoners according to the "all for all" formula before the end of the year. "There is no obstruction from our side. It is now Poroshenko’s turn (President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko)," Morozova said.

Related: Savchenko informed about prisoners exchange ‘226 for 52’

Related: Russian Ombudsman promised to return Crimean prisoners to Ukraine

Related: Every effort is made to return political prisoners from Russia, - Poroshenko

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