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According to the report, the medical workers have been taken to a safe place.

"The good news: 13 Ukrainian medics who have been held captive by ISIL were released and taken to the Libyan town of Bin Jawad. We are in constant contact with them," Klimkin tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

Read alsoOSCE envoy Sajdik: No new deal on Donbas captives swap before Orthodox EasterAs UNIAN reported earlier, over 120 Ukrainians are being held in militant captivity in Donbas, while about 800 are listed as missing in action (MIA), that's according to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko who spoke at a forum titled "Ukraine's Battle for Freedom Continues" in Washington late March.