The DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova urged relatives of persons held in Ukrainian captivity to approach the Ombudsman’s Office for double-checking personal data in preparation for the next stage of prisoner exchange.
“We ask relatives of persons held in Ukrainian captivity to contact us by phone or in person in order to update or double-check their personal data in preparation for the second stage of prisoner exchange,” Morozova said.
Earlier today, the Human Rights Ombudsman stated that the Donetsk People’s Republic expects to liberate 84 persons, as part of the second stage of the exchange of prisoners. According to her, the list has already been submitted to the Ukrainian side. So far, there has been no response from the opponents.