Minsk negotiations: Ukraine conveyed new list for next prisoners swap.

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At the negotiations of the Trilateral Contact Group in Minsk Ukrainian side handed over an updated list of persons for the next prisoner swap. Darka Olifer, the spokesperson for the second Ukrainian president and Ukraine's Trilateral Contact Group envoy Leonid Kuchma, wrote on her Facebook the Minsk meeting of the group on Wednesday, February 12.

“In the humanitarian subgroup, we conveyed a revised list of people we want to set free,” she wrote.

Darka Olifer also noted that the parties offered their proposals regarding the methods of search for missing persons in the occupied territories of Donbas.

Related: Valeriya Lutkovska fired from Minsk contact group

Earlier it was reported that the Trilateral Contact Group on the peaceful settlement of the situation in Donbas during the Minsk talks “practically agreed” on the next area for the separation of forces and equipment near Hnutove village of Donetsk region. The Ukrainian side once again raised the issue of the "nationalized" enterprises. It is also reported that the subgroup on socio-economic issues discussed the issues of water supply in the occupied Donbas involving the Red Cross.

Related: PACE officially recognizes Russia as party to Minsk agreements

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