Related Rule
Ukraine
Practice Relating to Rule 116. Accounting for the Dead
Ukraine’s IHL Manual (2004) states:
2.5.3.1. … Measures to search for, collect, identify and bury the dead shall be organized as soon as the situation permits. Those measures shall be aimed at the … identification of the dead …
2.5.3.3. … During [the] identification process in [cases when] the relevant information is present (documents, identification disc or distinctive medallion), detailed lists of the deceased shall be made. Such lists shall include:
- nationality of the servicemen;
- military or personal number;
- surname, first name and patronymic;
- date of birth;
- other particulars shown on the ID card or identification disc;
- date and place of death;
- information relating to the character of injury (mutilation), illness and cause of death.
If identification proves to be impossible, if circumstances permit, the following actions shall be performed in order to enable his/her identification in future: a description of appearance of the deceased, printing of fingers and palms, photograph (full-face and half-face). 
Ukraine, Manual on the Application of IHL Rules, Ministry of Defence, 11 September 2004, §§ 2.5.3.1 and 2.5.3.3.
Ukraine’s IHL Manual (2004) states:
Following burial, the commander of the funeral detachment (grave registration unit) shall make a protocol of the burial with the description of its place (with precise geographical coordinates). Such a protocol shall be supplemented with detailed lists of identified bodies and information on the number of unidentified bodies and their description. Burial protocols and detailed lists of the deceased shall be signed by the person responsible for the burning, officially sealed and stamped and certified by the senior commander (commanding officer). 
Ukraine, Manual on the Application of IHL Rules, Ministry of Defence, 11 September 2004, § 2.5.3.7.
Ukraine’s IHL Manual (2004) states: “Following necessary documentation, gravesites (graves) shall be handed over to local representatives of the executive or to military commissariats who shall become responsible for their state. Appropriate protocols shall be made.” 
Ukraine, Manual on the Application of IHL Rules, Ministry of Defence, 11 September 2004, § 2.5.3.5.
Ukraine’s IHL Manual (2004) states: “One half of the double identity disc, or the identity disc itself if it is a single disc, should remain on the body either during burial or cremation.” 
Ukraine, Manual on the Application of IHL Rules, Ministry of Defence, 11 September 2004, § 2.5.3.4.
Ukraine’s IHL Manual (2004) states:
2.5.3.4. … Half of the double identity disc, last will and other documents relevant for the family of the deceased, money, things found on the body of an intrinsic or sentimental value shall be included into the list made in two copies and sealed in a packet together with a copy of the list. Such packets, together with burial certificates and lists of the dead shall be transmitted to the National Information Bureau.
2.5.3.7. … As soon as circumstances permit but no later than the general end of hostilities those protocols, lists and packets with the belongings of the dead (deceased) shall be transmitted to the competent authorities of the other parties in accordance with the established procedure. 
Ukraine, Manual on the Application of IHL Rules, Ministry of Defence, 11 September 2004, §§ 2.5.3.4 and 2.5.3.7.