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Ukraine, Russia’s Ombudswomen discuss release of Ukrainian detainees in Crimea
18:03, 9 June 2016
Ukraine, Russia’s Ombudswomen discuss release of Ukrainian detainees in Crimea

Officials agreed to meet in person in near future to settle all related issues

18:03, 9 June 2016

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Valeria Lutkovska, Ukraine’s Ombudswoman and her Russian counterpart Tatyana Moskalkova had a phone conversation about handing over to Ukraine all detained citizens who currently stay in Crimean detention facilities. During the negotiations, the officials also discussed issues of human rights protection in the Russian-occupied Crimea.

Previously, Moskalkova said Ukraine can take in its defendants who serve time in Crimea. Later, Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko said the Ukrainian side took in all of those who wanted to be removed to the mainland Ukraine.  

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