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Lefortovo prison in Moscow accepts parcels for 32 Ukrainian prisoners

The prison accepted the packages for Oleksandr Kolchenko, Roman Sushchenko, Yevhen Panov, Pavlo Gryb, Mykola Karpyuk, and others
11:37, 3 September 2019

Roman Tsymbalyuk

Moscow prison Lefortovo admitted the parcels for 24 Ukrainian sailors and 8 political prisoners, as journalist Roman Tsymbalyuk reported on Facebook.

The prison accepted the packages for Roman Sushchenko, Yevhen Panov, Oleksiy Syzonovych, Mykola Karpyuk, Volodymyr Balukh, Pavlo Gryb, Stanislav Klykh, and Oleksandr Kolchenko. The location of Oleg Sentsov is unknown.

“Today there were no big and already “branded” personalized green bags, the parcels are not large. We wish there was no necessity to pack them again,” Tsymbalyuk wrote.

Related: Russia may release five Ukrainian prisoners: Who are they?

On August 30, the Office of the President of Ukraine denied the gossips that the prisoners return to Ukraine. Zelensky’s team reported that the negotiation process on the prisoners’ exchange continues.

Earlier, lawyer Valentyn Rybin reported that the date of exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and Russia has been postponed for an indefinite period

Previously, the media said that in late August, Russia could bring the captured Ukrainian sailors back home.

Related: Prisoner’s exchange between Ukraine-Russia not to take place on August 2, - lawyer

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky added he hoped for the first results of the exchange in the near future

Earlier, Spokesperson of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov stated that return of RIA News CEO Kyrylo Vyshynsky to Russia may become the first step for the beginning of the normalization of the relations of Moscow and Kyiv. President’s Office of Zelensky responded to Kremlin statement and offered to release Vyshynsky and Sentsov simultaneously.

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