"If Ukraine is a democratic and European state, let him [Poroshenko - ed.] release all prisoners [prisoners of war - ed.] who are being kept in Ukraine. I assure you, the next day we will let everyone go," the terrorist said.
Censor.NET reports Ria Novosti.
According to Plotnitskiy, Kyiv is trying to benefit from holding the prisoners. The 'LPR' leader recalled that according to the Minsk agreements, prisoners exchange presupposes the use of 'all for all' format.
Earlier this month, it was reported that 107 people, including 64 military and 43 civilians, were held hostage by the "Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics" as of the moment.