The leader of the Crimean Tatar people, MP Mustafa Dzhemilev, said that the Crimeans should be given priority for the exchange, which turned out to be long periods. He said this in an interview with the publication Crimea.Realities.
"The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU – ed.) was given to us the whole list for approval. We have our priorities, whom to release first of all. We believe that our compatriots should first come out, who received the longest terms in Russian courts - 15-17 years, absolutely wild, for some kind of literature," Dzhemilev specified.
According to him, those who are under house arrest and recognizance not to leave should be exchanged last, since they suffer much less than those who are in camps.
As we reported before, the state of health of illegally convicted in Russia Ukrainians Volodymyr Dudka and Hennadiy Lymeshko deteriorated; they also complain about physical and physiological pressure.
Due to this facts, the ombudsman appeals with the demand to Commission of Human Rights of Russia Tatiana Moskalkova to assume measures urgently to observe the rights of the citizens of Ukraine, provide the proper conditions of detention and security of Hennadiy Lymeshko and provide the necessary medical assistance to illegally convicted citizens of Ukraine