The Russian Federation evaluated the possibility of prisoner exchange with Ukraine in the format of “everything for everyone” 17:46

State Duma deputy Shamsail Saraliev said in his statement: telegram channelThe exchange of captured military personnel proposed by Ukraine in the “everything for everyone” format is not equivalent.

According to him, this situation is due to the fact that the number of Ukrainian soldiers in Russian captivity is greater than the number of Russians in Ukraine.

He proposed the following exchange plan: all Russian prisoners for the same number of Ukrainians.

“As long as the war continues, this exchange option will be the most appropriate and humane option for both sides,” the MP said.

According to Saraliev, Russia will take all Russian soldiers from Ukrainian captivity and in return return exactly the same number of Ukrainian prisoners of war.

Tatyana Moskalkova, formerly Commissioner for Human Rights of the Russian Federation reportedHe said that he discussed the issue of his visit to Russian prisoners of war in Ukraine with Turkish Ombudsman Şeref Malkoç via video conference. He did not disclose the details of the meeting, citing Ukrainian Ombudsman Dmitry Lubinets, who had previously published a post about Russian prisoners of war on his Telegram channel.

Formerly Pope in the name Russia and Ukraine are exchanging all the prisoners.

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Source: Gazeta

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