Ukrainian Consul to the Russian Federation visited seven sailors

Украинские консулы в РФ посетили семерых моряков

The diplomats met with the wounded and said that the threats to their life there. Also resolved the issue of attorney-client protection.

Ukrainian Consul in Moscow has already visited seven Ukrainian sailors in detention centers Matrosskaya Tishina and Lefortovo. On Friday, December 7, in the comments UNIAN said the Director of the Department of consular service of the MFA of Ukraine Serhiy Pogoreltsev.

“Yesterday, the Consul visited the three wounded seamen in Matrosskaya Tishina. Today visited four sailors in Lefortovo. Hold on guys bravely. Dates confirmed for visiting sailors in Lefortovo, including number 10 will be visited by six people, 11th – six people and 12 to five people,” – said the Director of the Department of consular service.

At the same time, he said that the wounds of three military “do not threaten life.”

“The issue of attorney-client protection is solved. The government will pay for the corresponding services of lawyers to protect the rights of prisoners of war sailors. All involved ministries and departments of Ukraine take the necessary measures, actively working to ensure that our prisoners of war came back home quicker”, he said.

According to Pogoreltsev, an important component is the consolidated international position, support in the release of the Ukrainian sailors.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that the consuls in the Russian Federation made three Ukrainian sailors.

Today Turkish President Erdogan announced that he had asked Putin to release Ukrainian sailors.

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