Ukrainians who returned from captvity in Donbas ask to provide them with accommodation, - ombudsman

Source : 112 Ukraine

The citizens who were released under the agreements of Minsk contact group on December 29 turned to Lyudmyla Denisova, as most of them have nowhere to live after their stay in the rehab center expires
14:22, 10 February 2020

Lyudmyla Denisova
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The citizens who returned from captivity in Donbas in 2019 ask the government to provide them with a place to live. Lyudmyla Denisova, the Ukrainian Parliamentary Envoy for Human Rights reported that on Facebook.

"I'm getting appeals from citizens who were released December 29 last year, according to the agreements of [Minsk] trilateral contact group that seeks the way to solve the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine", she wrote, explaining that most of them have nowhere to live after their stay in the rehab center expires. 

The official added that in early January, workers of her Secretariat gathered full information on the needs of the said citizens. The information about property needs was handed over to the profile ministries.

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The Employment Service workers met with the released citizens.

The exchange of captives between Ukraine and the occupied Donbas took place on December 29. 76 Ukrainian citizens, including 12 army servicemen returned home.

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