Andriy Yermak , the head of the Ukrainian presidential office, also said that Kyiv has managed to secure the release of 98 Ukrainian prisoners of war in the past week. In this picture, a group of POWs pose after a swap in the Zaporizhzhya region on November 24.
Russia and Ukraine announced the latest exchange of prisoners, with 12 Ukrainians and nine Russians released. “Another POWs swap. We managed to [win the] release 12 [Ukrainians]. Our soldiers, who defended Mariupol, the Chernobyl [nuclear plant], and Snake Island are returning home,” the head of the Ukrainian presidential office, Andriy Yermak, said on Twitter on November 26. Meanwhile, the Russian Defense Ministry said nine Russians prisoners of war had been released to Russian authorities “as a result of the negotiation process.”