Russian terrorists do not allow evacuation of Ukrainian soldiers' bodies from the Donetsk airport. DOCUMENT of the Joint Staff

Not allowing to search for bodies on the territory of the Donetsk airport is a blatant violation of the Minsk agreements.

This was announced by Censor.NET's editor in chief Yurii Butusov on his Facebook page.

"Censor.NET received a copy of an internal note from half colonel K. Tkachuk, the official representative of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on cooperation with representatives of certain districts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, to Gen-Major A. Rozmaznin, the Armed Forces representative in the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of the cease-fire and stabilization of the situation.

"As understood from the note, Russian mercenaries continue to prevent Ukrainian army's search teams from the Donetsk airport. It is obviously done with the propaganda purpose for the Russian TV to be able to accuse Ukrainians of unwillingness to collect the bodies of their soldiers.

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"Preventing search teams from entering the Donetsk airport is a blatant violation of the Minsk agreements.

"The terrorists give away bodies from the territory of the airport but they prevent systematic evacuation and regularly invite journalists to shoot remaining bodies in the new terminal.

"It should be noted that the search for the killed is conducted in a centralized manner, coordinated with public and volunteer organizations. Accurate loss record of the Ukrainian soldiers and systematic search for the killed have been arranged in 2015. Below is the document certifying search teams activity in 2015.

"As seen, 356 soldiers' death has been confirmed in 2015, as of March 6. Real losses are higher. The fate of 340 soldiers is unknown," Butusov wrote.

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Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/p327759