Savchenko speech in PACE can help in liberation of Ukrainian hostages
Ukraine does not give up desire to exchange 25 Ukrainians
Speech of Nadiya Savchenko in PACE can help in the liberation of Ukrainian hostages. The SBU representative Yuriy Tandit told this to "112 Ukraine" TV Channel.
"We are ready to return our 25 hostages. But what necessary does Ukraine make for this? We try to use anything needed. But, unfortunately, the very process of liberation is so politicized that our neighbors can try again to accuse Ukraine of unwillingness to release our hostages", Tandit said.
He said that Savchenko is ready for action during the PACE session and intends to talk about the liberation of the Ukrainians.
"I am confident that her performance will help us to implement the plan for the liberation of all our guys”, he said.
Recall that Nadiya Savchenko starts her work in PACE from June 20 to 24. She also plans to visit the main European capitals.
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