The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko pardoned a woman who committed a serious crime to continue the process of releasing Ukrainian hostages. This was reported by the representative of Ukraine in the TCG in Minsk Iryna Herashchenko on Facebook.
"The other day the president pardoned a woman who, at a young age, committed a serious crime, injured herself, has amputated limbs and has a baby. She wrote a letter to the president, where she repented of the crime, pleaded guilty and asked for pardon, for the sake of a small child. It's a gesture of humanism and goodwill, which, we hope, will contribute to the continuation of the release of our hostages from the ORDLO and we look forward to the liberation of the Ukrainian military," Herashchenko said.
We recall, the first deputy speaker of parliament Iryna Herashchenko on January 15 reported on the president's intention to pardon a woman accused of crimes against Ukraine, to continue the process of exchange of hostages.