Donetsk, Sep 29 – DAN. Representatives of the UN have agreed that it is necessary to bring the issue of returning documents to DPR supporters, released from captivity in Ukraine, to the high level, said the DPR Ombudswoman office commenting on the meeting with the head of the UN Human Rights monitoring mission in Ukraine Fiona Fraser.

"DPR Ombudswoman Daria Morozova had a working meeting with Ms. Fraser, and they have discussed the return of the documents to exchanged detainees who have come back to the DPR from captivity in Ukraine. The UN representative has agreed that the issue should be brought up at high level and be settled."
According to the DPR Ombudswoman office, the meeting's agenda included the inefficient position of Kiev's representatives in the humanitarian subgroup.

Morozova pointed to the fact that Kiev advocates dividing detainees into subgroups, which is counter the Minsk Agreements.

"Daria Morozova has attracted UN representatives' attention to Kiev's failure to provide amnesty to all the participants of the Donbass conflict, though it is one of the key issues of the Minsk Agreements."

Earlier the DPR Ombudswoman pointed out that Kiev has returned DPR over 150 detainees without documents. The situation has been discussed at meeting in Minsk as well. *ot