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 552 Unidentified Bodies of Ukrainian Soldiers Need DNA Examination

At the moment, 552 unidentified bodies of the dead anti-terrorist operation participants are in need of a DNA examination.

This was stated by speaker of the National Security Council Andrii Lysenko at a briefing today, Censor.NET reports.

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According to him, to solve problems with identification of the bodies of Ukrainian servicemen who died during the ATO, the Presidential Administration decided that starting next week (October 6-12) all DNA examinations of the bodies will be conducted by the laboratories of the Interior Ministry, which has 17 modern ones capable of conducting prompt examinations.

"To conduct an examination, relatives of the missing persons should contact their district police departments. They should provide them with an appointment for a free DNA analysis for an examination. Their DNA will be entered into a database. Today, 552 unidentified dead bodies are in need of such analysis," Lysenko said.


 
 
 
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