This was announced by SBU head's adviser Yurii Tandit, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.
"I think that Ivan Šimonović (Assistant Secretary General for Human Rights) is satisfied with our meeting... Moreover, we have agreed on the creation of a working group that will be involved in constant monitoring," he said.
According to Tandit, the SBU is currently working to find more than 650 servicemen missing in the course of ATO.
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