Poroshenko informed when we will resume negotiations for the release of hostages

Negotiating the release of Ukrainian soldiers and patriots who remained hostages of militants, are continuing, and already January 10 will be a new round.

This was announced by the President Petro Poroshenko during communication with the released hostages in the Central clinical hospital of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine, reports the press service of the head of state.

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“I have already instructed their advisors, representatives in the Trilateral contact group to immediately organize meetings and continued negotiations,” said Poroshenko.

“Work to the wave of the first release we were not slow with the second. For us a matter of honor to pull out,” he continued.

Poroshenko appealed to the military asking if a prisoner is left to their friends to write them a letter. He also asked relatives of the Ukrainians liberated to contact and support families of those who remains a hostage.

Recall, December 27 at the Donbass was held this year’s first exchange of prisoners between the conflicting parties in the Donbass. The Ukrainian government gave the separatists 233 and controlled Kiev territory returned 73 hostages, one released a citizen returned to the occupied Donetsk – relatives.

According to the security Service of Ukraine captured by the separatists in the Donbas are still 103 people. Special representative of Ukraine for humanitarian Affairs in the Tripartite contact group Viktor Medvedchuk said that the following exchange could take place in January 2018.

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