As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by presidential adviser and member of parliament Olha Bohomolets on her Facebook page.
"Cold hard facts of statistics hiding lives of our soldiers... According to the most recent data, 1,671 body fragments have been received for identification. The number of persons identified through DNA is 758. The number of DNA profiles of relatives added to the database is 1,283. 418 DNA matches have been found," she wrote.
Bohomolets also added that activities to identify those MIA in the ATO area continue.
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