MOskalkova agreed with the Ukrainian Ombudsman to keep the humanitarian corridor out of politics At the end of January, Moskalkova announced an agreement with Lubinets to assist in the exchange of lists of seriously wounded who are subject to deportation. She stressed that this humanitarian corridor should remain out of politicsThe Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia, Tatiana Moskalkova, announced an agreement with the Ukrainian Ombudsman Dmitry Lubinets to keep the humanitarian corridor out of politics. Moskalkova reported this on the air of the TV channel “Russia 24”.
The last time Moskalkova and Lubinets met in person in Turkey was in early January. Then the Turkish Ombudsman Sheref Malkoc made a proposal to open a humanitarian corridor for those who were injured during the fighting. He was supported by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Later, Moskalkova announced an agreement with Lubinets to assist in the exchange of lists of seriously wounded who are subject to deportation.
Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, Moscow and Kiev have regularly reported on the exchange of prisoners. The first one this year took place on January 8: 50 Russian soldiers were released. In mid-February, the Ministry of Defense announced the release of 101 more servicemen from captivity.
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