Thank you very much for the question.
I believe this is a task for the whole Ukrainian parliament to be responsible for. We do have a human rights committee in Ukraine, but there is another problem.
The people you mentioned actually have no status and are hostages. They are in fact just illegally detained people in Russia. That's why for example we suggest to legally acknowledge the occupation, because that would also allow us to bring the international law that protects prisoners of war, the Geneva Convention, for example, to bear.
I believe that as soon as we have better status for those people, involving international support for their protection as prisoners of war, it will be easier to protect them. We had a meeting quite recently with the relatives of those illegally detained people who are in Russia, at the initiative of those relatives. They told us that the prisoners need to have status, otherwise we have to reach them one by one because we cannot collectively protect those people. Yes, you were right: maybe they have to institutionalize it more. But at the same time we have to have better status for those people to fight for better conditions, and of course primarily to take them back to Ukraine. We can only do this if we have appropriate status for them.