President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that more than 2,230 people have already been released from Russian captivity, and Ukraine is constantly working to free all servicemen and civilians who are still in captivity.
Answering questions from media representatives after the meeting with Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas in Zhytomyr, the Head of State noted that 2,238 people have been released from captivity, 140 of whom are civilians.
According to him, the Joint Center for the coordination of search and release of persons illegally deprived of freedom as a result of the Russian armed aggression operates around the clock.
"We are working on the release of both military and civilians. Of course, torture takes place, first of all, against the heroes of our state, those who defended it. We are working constantly and will continue to do so," the President emphasized.