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DONETSK, January 6. /TASS/. Kiev has begun to fulfill demands of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) on exculpating prisoners of war, DPR’s human rights ombudswoman Darya Morozova told the Donetsk news agency on Tuesday.
“Ukraine’s Security Council has begun to gradually fulfill our demands on exculpating prisoners of war. They now “purify” our people before exchanges. So far, I have no exact data about how many people have been exculpated from charges, nevertheless, we are moving in the right direction,” she said.
Earlier, when the parties exchanged prisoners of war, the Ukrainian side released people bearing vague charges, who had to appear before tribunal with a summons in Kiev-controlled territories on the next day.