Minsk negotiators agreed to lay out a 'roadmap' on release of captives in Ukraine
The participants in the Minsk talks on Ukraine have agreed to lay out a 'roadmap' on the release and handover of the persons detained due to the conflict, OSCE Special Envoy Martin Sajdik said.
The subgroup on humanitarian issues has discussed the release of the persons detained due to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, but failed to reach a consensus.
However, the parties have agreed to work on a 'roadmap' on the release and handover of the detainees, Sajdik told reporters on Wednesday.
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He also revealed that the issue of security during local elections in some area of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions was discussed at the joint meeting of the security and the political subgroups.
Also, the participants in the political subgroup held a detailed discussion on the amnesty.