The Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation, Moskalkova, said that she had spoken with the Ukrainian Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova about the possibility of visiting prisoners in Ukraine, but received a categorical refusal in this request.
“There was a telephone conversation in which I asked a colleague (Lyudmila Denisova. – “b”) if possible, visit those who are in captivity, and, for its part, also expressed its readiness to provide assistance to Ukrainian citizens who find themselves in places of captivity on the territory of the Russian Federation. However, the next day, she posted a post on Facebook stating that there could be no agreement, and the message was drawn up in traditional insulting forms,” said Ms Moskalkova (quoted from “RIA News”).
The Russian Ombudsman said that she had received many requests from people who wanted to leave Ukraine for Russia. Ms. Moskalkova noted that the gum corridors created by the Russian side are being attacked by Ukrainian detachments. At the same time, there is no way to verify this information, she said.
“I receive a large number of requests from people who would like to leave Ukraine and come to the territory of Russia. But, unfortunately, those corridors created by the efforts of the Russian side are not all safe. And people report that they are being attacked by Ukrainian detachments when they start moving along these corridors,” the Ombudswoman added.
Yesterday, following the results of the second round of negotiations between the Russian and Ukrainian delegations, the parties agreed to jointly provide humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of residents, Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the presidential office of Ukraine, said.
On the results of the negotiations – in the material “Kommersant” “Corridor Diplomacy”.