Ukraine compiled a list of the captives who are imprisoned in the Russian Federation and passed them to Moscow for the next exchange. Ukraine's Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova reported that, as Interfax News Agency informs.
Denisova noted that the same lists were sent to the occupied peninsula.
"We have already compiled and passed the lists with the citizens of Ukraine who are on the Russian territory and in occupied Crimea," Lyudmyla Denisova said.
As we reported earlier, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Lyudmyla Denisova had stated that 113 Ukrainians, including 89 Crimean Tatars, deterred in Russia.
“Ten political prisoners were pardoned by the president of Ukraine, one, Mr. Bekirov, was released on personal commitment and 24 sailors were released on my personal commitment as a person who is trustworthy, according to the Criminal Procedure Code of Russia,” Denisova noted.
Previously, Kremlin stated that the prisoner swap between Russia and Ukraine should continue.
“It is understood that the process should be continued, moreover, in accordance with Minsk Agreements,” he said answering the question of the journalists whether the prisoner swap will be continued.