Ukraine opponents set up joint data-base ({{commentsTotal}})

Ukrainian government and Donetsk and Lugansk separatists will establish an online data-base, to collect together information about killed or wounded people in the Ukraine conflict.

The joint data-base will also feature information about the missing persons and burial places for the killed, according to Russian news agency Interfax.

The website will also help to gather details about whereabouts of prisoners of war and collect DNA-samples from the relatives of missing people.

Editor: S. Tambur



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