In Kiev responded to the rebuke of the Kremlin concluded

В Киеве ответили на упрек Кремля по заключенным

Moscow and Kiev said that the opponents are not ready to change prisoners

Russia is ready to unblock the exchange of hostages, said Irina Gerashchenko.

First Vice-speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Gerashchenko in response to the statement by the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov on the unwillingness of Ukraine to exchange of hostages stated that Russia is not ready to unlock the exchange. About this Gerashchenko wrote in Facebook on Monday, September 10.

She noted that personally three times sent letters to the representatives of the Russian Federation in the trilateral contact group Boris Gryzlov and Azamat kulmukhametova, as well as “dozens of times” raised the issue in Minsk.

Gerashchenko reminded that letters from Russian prisoners were sent to the colleague Tatyana Moskalkova the Ombudsman of Ukraine Liudmyla Denisova.

In addition, these appeals were transferred to the Russian side through diplomatic channels.

“Peskov means only one thing – the Kremlin is not ready for the release of the liberation of the hostages and there all about one person, Putin,” she added.

At the same time Vice-speaker of the Parliament noted that representatives of Ukraine will read these letters at all international platforms.

Earlier in Kyiv said that 22 citizens of Russia filed an appeal to the head of the Russian Federation with a request to exchange them for Ukrainian prisoners.

 

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