The next round of talks of the Trilateral Contact group on the Donbas and three of its subgroups, excluding the humanitarian, is to be held in Minsk on June 29. This was announced by the first Vice Speaker of the Ukrainian parliament, Ukraine's representative in the humanitarian subgroup Iryna Herashchenko on her Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.
"Tomorrow [June 29 - ed.], the next round of the talks of the Trilateral Contact group and three working groups, excluding the humanitarian, will be held in Minsk. The major issues to be discussed include security, daily shelling, violations of the cease-fire.
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"The Ukrainian side will also bring up issue of hostages. We request more exact information of their location, for we have received an inquiry from the hostages' relatives recently that the guys had been allegedly transferred to even worse conditions in a pre-trial detention facility," she wrote.
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