Since the start of the full-scale war, Ukraine has freed more than 2,000 people from Russian captivity. 140 of them are civilians.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy announced this at a joint briefing with Estonian Prime Minister Kaya Kallas.
"During this period, we freed 2,238 people from captivity. The center (for the search and release of prisoners - ed.) works 24 hours a day. Out of these 2,238 people, 140 are civilians. We are working on the release of both military personnel and civilians," the head of state stressed.