• 21/06/2024 16:23

Turkey does not stop the dialogue with the Russian Federation on the release of prisoners, but there is no constructiveness on the Russian side, – Vasily Bodnar

The dialogue between the ombudsmen of Ukraine and Turkey at the bilateral level continues.

Turkey does not stop the dialogue with the Russian Federation regarding the release of prisoners, but constructive on the Russian side Ambassador of Ukraine to Turkey Vasily Bodnar Problem with the exchange of prisoners of war rests on the overly centralized system of government in Russia. Therefore, any departure from the vision of one person leads to the breakdown of international agreements. </p>
<p>Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkey Vasyl Bodnar spoke about this in an interview with Ukrinform.</p>
<p>“The Turkish side has demonstrated and continues to demonstrate maximum constructiveness and continues to conduct a dialogue with the aggressor country. Our joint efforts also concern political prisoners – the Crimean Tatars, especially taking into account Turkey's positive experience on this issue. Unfortunately, not everything that is planned is implemented.” Bodnar noted. </p>
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<p>He emphasized that the dialogue between the Ombudsmen of Ukraine and Turkey at the bilateral level continues. In particular, the Turkish Ombudsman is expected to visit Ukraine so that the topic of the exchange of prisoners of war is taken to a new level.</p>
<p>“Turkey also does not stop the dialogue with the aggressor country on the release of prisoners, but there is no constructiveness on the Russian side,” – noted the Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkey. </p>
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<li>Earlier, Ombudsman Dmitry Lubinets noted that Turkey could act as a mediator for the return of Crimean political prisoners to Ukraine. The Ukrainian Ombudsman discussed with the Qatari Ambassador the return of Ukrainians from Russian captivity.</li>
<li>Representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense Andrei Yusov said that there are prisoners in Ukraine whose return Russia is very interested in. </li>
<li>On January 3, Ukraine, through the mediation of the United Arab Emirates, returned 230 military and civilians from Russian captivity. This is the largest exchange during a full-scale invasion. By this day, 2,828 military personnel had already been exchanged.</li>
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