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«There are a minimum of 30,000 missing persons in Ukraine, and the numbers continue to rise» — Kathryne Bomberger

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Ukraine has laws and institutions that pertain to the issue of missing persons.

Kathryne Bomberger, the Director General of the International Commission on Missing Persons, told about this during a conversation for the English-language podcast Ukraine Calling on Hromadske Radio.

«But after the invasion of 2022, the numbers now are enormous. There are a minimum of 30,000 missing persons, and the numbers continue to rise. So what now needs to be done is to create a system within Ukraine that is able to scale up, in other words, capable of finding an abnormally large number of missing persons while Ukraine is at the same time fighting a war. And now this is unprecedented», — she said.


You may also read or listen the full conversation: No going out of business for ICMP, in Ukraine or elsewhere


 

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