Another three Russia's citizens ask Putin to exchange them for Ukrainians, - Ombudsman

Source : 112 Ukraine

Earlier 11 citizens of Russia in the detention facilities in Ukraine appealed to the president of Russia with such request
18:00, 16 August 2018

Lyudmyla Denisova Facebook

Another three citizens of Russia in the detention facilities in Ukraine wrote the claims to President of Russia Vladimir Putin with the request to exchange them for the Ukrainian political prisoners detained in Russia as Lyudmyla Denisova, the Ukrainian ombudswoman reported on Facebook.

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The claims from the Russian citizens who are in the detention facilities in Ukraine for the Russian president with the request to exchange them for one of the Ukrainian political prisoners continue to be submitted.

"Today we got the claims of three people. They were written by Ruslan Gadzhiev, Igor Kimakovsky ("Bakhmut penitentiary facility") and Yevgeny Mefedov ("Mykolaiv remand center")," she wrote.

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Denisova noted that these and other claims of the Russian citizens will be sent to the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine to send them by the diplomatic mail to the administration of the Russian president.

Earlier such claim was submitted by Russian citizen Aleksey Sedikov who is serving a term for the terrorism in Buchanska colony.

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On August 14, Russians Alexander Sattarov and Farukh Kamalov who were arrested in Ukraine, asked the Russian authorities to exchange them for Ukrainian political prisoners

A day later eight Russians kept in the places of detention filed applications to the Russian President with a request to get them back to the Russian territory by exchanging one of the Ukrainian political prisoners.

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