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The Ukrainian presidential administration's press service confirmed the fact of the conversation in a comment to ZN.UA and said: "The president of Ukraine had a telephone conversation with the president of Russian Federation to facilitate the release of Ukrainian hostages, in particular, the exchange of captured border guards and the release of Ukrainian soldiers in the occupied territories".

"The aim (of the talk) was made of two parts". Component one is what was voiced exactly three years ago, in early 2015, while Minsk 2 was being drawn up. "We need the peacekeepers as air", Poroshenko said.

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He said he envisioned a peacekeeping mission to be deployed throughout the entire occupied territory, a mission that "will be empowered to establish order, hold people accountable, disarm illegal armed groups and bring peace to Ukrainian soil, and provide conditions for reintegrating these territories back to Ukraine".

"The second point is that we can not stop on the way of the release of our hostages on no account".

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The second component discussed during the conversation concerns the people whom Russian Federation is holding in captivity, Poroshenko said.

Also, they discussed the exchange of the prisoners. "I have discussed specific details - lists, specific surnames of those whom we must return from occupied territories and those whom we must return from Russia", Poroshenko said.

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"The conversation dealt mainly with this", Poroshenko said.

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