Six truckers detained in Ukraine were able to obtain documents and return to Russia, Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova said. Six Ukrainian drivers returned from Russia
Tatyana Moskalkova (fourth from right)
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Six Russian truckers who were held on the territory of Ukraine received documents and returned to Russia. This was announced by the Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia, Tatiana Moskalkova, a BC correspondent reports.
“Today, a large number of our truckers are kept on the territory of Ukraine. But, but there are truckers who are on our side, the Russian one. And together with the Ukrainian side, we agreed that some of them will have the opportunity to leave,” the Ombudsman said.
According to her, the documents were returned to six Russian citizens and they left the checkpoint on the Ukrainian border. “And from our side, there were also six truckers, drivers, who could go to their homes,” Moskalkova noted.
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The plenipotentiary added that at the moment she had not received any appeals from civilian prisoners, despite reports from Western media. “From the media, including we study both the Western and Ukrainian press, they claim that there are civilians who are held as prisoners. We are deeply studying this topic today,” the Ombudsman emphasized.