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Liberated Ukrainian sailors to continue to work in the Navy

“We knew that we were right, that we did the right thing. All the guys, as one, all decided to continue the service," one of the seafarers states
08:04, 12 September 2019
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Released from captivity Ukrainian sailors intend to continue to serve in the Navy. This was stated by one of them, Andriy Oprisko said during a meeting with ex-president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

“We knew that we were right, that we did the right thing. All the guys, as one, all decided to continue the service ... The sea - it beckons forever,” Oprisko stated.

Petro Poroshenko, in turn, said that the responsibility for the capture of sailors will be borne by everyone who was somehow involved in this way.

"Everyone who issued orders, sanctioned, conducted illegal investigative actions, and who made court decisions on the arrest of seafarers fell into Azov package of sanctions we approved, "Poroshenko said.
 
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The ex[-president added that he was proud of the decision of sailors to continue their service, and also said that he had received an invitation to the wedding of one of the sailors Andriy Eyder.

On September 7, an exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and Russia took place. 24 sailors returned to Ukraine,as well as journalist Roman Suschenko, film director Oleg Sentsov, Oleksandr Kolchenko, Pavlo Gryb, Stanislav Klykh and Mykola Karpyuk, Volodymyr Balukh, Evgen Panov, Artur Panov, Eden Bekirov and Mykola  Syzanovich.
 
 
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