In the US, commented on the release of Tzemach

В США прокомментировали освобождение Цемаха

Chris Murphy

Senator Murphy, who is now in Kiev, welcomed the upcoming exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and the Russian Federation.

Us Senator Chris Murphy hopes that the expected mutual release of detained persons between Ukraine and Russia will help to relieve tension in the relations between the two countries and release in the future even more people. He said this at a briefing on Thursday, September 5, near the building of the Office of the President of Ukraine, answering a question of journalists about the release of the defendant on flight MH17 Vladimir Tzemach, reports Interfax-Ukraine.

“As a rule, we do not comment on court decisions, but we hope that after consultations of the President Zelensky Vladimir Putin will reduce the stress in the relationship, and hope that in the future an even greater number of Ukrainian hostages and prisoners of war being held in Russia, will be freed,” he said.

Murphy believes that the mutual release of the detained persons would be an important signal that relations between Ukraine and Russia “can be different”.

“Still remain serious questions “of life and death”, but the release of the hostages is an important serious step,” he said.

As reported, today the Kyiv appeal court released from custody the former commander of the air defense of Vladimir Tzemach, which may be involved in the Downing of a passenger airliner MH17 in the sky over the Donbas in the summer of 2014.

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