More than 4,300 Ukrainians remain in Russian captivity, including more than 750 civilians

The Ministry of Reintegration announced the number of Ukrainians held in Russian captivity
The Ministry of Reintegration announced the number of Ukrainians held in Russian captivity

About 4,337 Ukrainians remain in Russian captivity as of Nov. 17, the Reintegration Ministry of the Temporarily Occupied Ukrainian Territories reported, including 3,574 military personnel and 763 civilians.

Information on those in captivity is recorded in a registry administered by the National Information Bureau, which is under the jurisdiction of the Reintegration Ministry.

Read also: 30,000 Ukrainian civilians missing since Russia's invasion – ICMP report

Some 11,000 civilians and 15,000 soldiers are considered missing “under special circumstances” in Ukraine, Deputy Interior Minister Leonid Timchenko said on Ukrainian national television on Oct.5.

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