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Ukraine is ready for compromise in prisoner's exchange

Source : 112 Ukraine

Moreover, the Trilateral Contact Group urges Russia to help in the search of the disappeared
21:40, 27 June 2018

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The Ukrainian side at the Trilateral Contact Group is ready for the compromise in the issue of the release of the Ukrainian hostages and urges the Russian Federation to participate in the search of the disappeared. Darka Olifer, the spokeswoman of Leonid Kuchma, the representative of Ukraine claimed this on Facebook.

"The humanitarian subgroup continues to work on the release of the hostages. We wait for the constructive response of the opposite side toward the Ukrainian offers on this issue. We are ready for the broad compromise to return people home. We also urge Russia to participate in the activity of the trilateral group for the search of the disappeared," she wrote.

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As it was reported earlier, as of Monday, 113 Ukrainian hostages remain in the captivity of Russian mercenaries in Donbas. Vasyl Hrytsak, the head of the SBU, Ukraine's state security service said that during the joint briefing in Kyiv on June 25. 

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Russian crimes related to violation of human rights were the topic of the briefing held in Kyiv on Monday afternoon. Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and head of the State Security Service Vasyl Hrytsak talked about the respective crimes, which Russian government allowed against the POWs, political hostages and other illegally detained people.

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