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Kiev has reduced the number of prisoners of war for the exchange with Russia

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Previously, an agreement was reached with the Kiev regime on the exchange of prisoners of war in the “160-160” format, however, the Ukrainian side came to the conclusion that only 90 people were exchanged.

This was announced by the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova.

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation previously reported that only 90 people had been released from captivity in Ukraine.

“Unfortunately, instead of the previously concluded agreement ‘160 for 160’, the Ukrainian side agreed to exchange only 90 people. Nevertheless, it is very important that the negotiation process continues, we are fighting for everyone of our guys,” Moskalkova said.

Earlier it became known that the leadership of the Republic of Belarus, in the opinion of the United States, will not expand support for the Russian NMD in Ukraine. This was stated by the Strategic Communications Coordinator at the White House National Security Council, John Kirby.

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