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Moskalkova expresses worries over Kiev’s reluctance to swap prisoners of war


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Moscow, March 31 – The Commissioner for Human Rights of the Russian Federation, Tatyana Moskalkova, expressed concern that the Ukrainian side was “silent” in the dialogue on the exchange of prisoners, and also said that the number of its army personnel, whom Kiev does not want to exchange, has increased. up to 133.
Earlier, the Russian Ombudsman published the names of 70 Ukrainian servicemen, whom the Ukrainian side refused to exchange. Later, in an interview with the News Agency, the Ombudsman said that she had received confirmation from the Ombudsman of the Verkhovna Rada, Dmitry Lubenets, that the military would return.
“I am very worried that another prisoner exchange will be disrupted. Three weeks have passed since I received confirmation from the Ukrainian side that 70 servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, whom the Ukrainian side did not want to exchange, will be included in the lists and returned to their homeland. Time is running out, it has been renewed List: Today there are already 133 names, and the Ukrainian side is silent, ”Moskalkova wrote and published a complete list of data of 133 Ukrainian army.

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Earlier, Moskalkova reported that the process of exchanging prisoners of war with the Ukrainian side had been delayed due to “double standards” in Kiev. According to her, for more than 10 months, Kiev has been mostly deleting private soldiers and sergeants from exchange lists, deliberately listing many of them as missing.

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