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Thursday’s handover at Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office brings the total number of declassified volumes given to Poland to 148 since May.

A statement on the prosecutor’s website says the 11 volumes refer to the criminal records and place of burial of the victims.

Russia’s long-delayed cooperation on the wartime killings has helped mend fractious ties between Moscow and Warsaw.

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