Moskalkova says she hopes Russians arrested in Odessa will be released
MOSCOW, March 30 – RIA Novosti. In an interview with RIA Novosti, Russian Federation Human Rights Commissioner Tatyana Moskalkova stated that she hopes the release of the Russians arrested in Odessa, but that this is the work of the special services.
Earlier, Moskalkova reported that two girls whose parents were illegally detained in Odessa were extradited from Odessa. As a result of interaction with the office of the Human Rights Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Dmitry Lubinets, the children were returned to Russia to live with their aunt.
Moskalkova suggested adopting the experience of the European Court of Human Rights
“Probably a lot of people are actually pro-Russian sentiments, that our two sisters were arrested on Ukrainian territory, in the city of Odessa, in front of their father and mother. “We really hope that maybe they can be published in a similar category, but these are of course questions from the special services,” he said.
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