Three citizens of Russia asked Putin to exchange them for Ukrainian prisoners – the Ombudsman

  • Еще трое граждан РФ просят Путина обменять их на украинских политзаключенных, - омбудсмен

  • Еще трое граждан РФ просят Путина обменять их на украинских политзаключенных, - омбудсмен

Three Russian citizens detained in places of deprivation of liberty in Ukraine, a written statement to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with a request to exchange them for detained in Russia Ukrainian political prisoners. This was announced by the Parliament Commissioner for human rights Lyudmila Denisova on his page in Facebook.

So, continue to receive applications from citizens of Russia, contained in the Ukrainian prison in the name of the President of the Russian Federation with a request to exchange them for one of Ukrainian political prisoners.

“Today such statements we had received from three people. The statements were written Hajiyev Ruslan Gualavisi, Kirakowski Igor Vladimirovich (GU “Bakhmutsky Agency of execution of punishments №6”) and Meadowy Eugene I. (SE “Mykolayiv remand prison”) – wrote the Ombudsman.

Denisov noted that these and other statements of citizens of the Russian Federation will be sent to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine to the Ministry of foreign Affairs took them by diplomatic mail to the Russian presidential administration.

As reported, on August 3 this statement was filed, a citizen of the Russian Federation Alexey Sadikov, who is serving a sentence for terrorism in Buchansky of the colony. 14 Aug arrested in Ukraine the Russians Sattarov Kamalov and asked Putin to exchange them for Ukrainian prisoners. Yesterday, 15 August, eight of the Russians appealed to the Russian President with a similar request.

Today Irina Gerashchenko said that the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is ready to pardon the Russians who have been held in Ukraine in exchange for Ukrainian prisoners in the Russian Federation.

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