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The detainees also include foreigners, according to Dennis Pushilin, who spoke to Russia's state-run TASS news agency. He did not specify how many, nor their nationalities. “They had enough food and water, they also had enough weapons. “The problem was the lack of medicine,” said Mr Pushilin. He said six Ukrainian soldiers had been killed trying to detonate stored ammunition before being captured.

Moscow to consider exchanging Ukrainian Azov fighters for Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvetsuk

Russia will look into the possibility of exchanging prisoners of war in the Azov Ukrainian Order with Viktor Medvetsuk, a Ukrainian politician and businessman close to Vladimir Putin, Russian Foreign Minister Leonid Slutsky said on Saturday. . “We will look into the matter,” Slutsky was quoted as saying by Ria Novosti, when asked about the issue.From the city of Donetsk, in southeastern Ukraine, the Russian MP clarified that the proposal for such an exchange would be transferred to Moscow “by those who have the right”. Victor Medvetsuk, 67, was arrested in mid-April in Ukraine. He had been under house arrest since May 2021 after being accused of “utter treason” and of “attempting to plunder the natural resources of Crimea”, a peninsula annexed by Russia in 2014.

On Friday, the Russian army announced that the last fighters defending Mariupol, who had been fortified for weeks at the Azovstal steel plant, had surrendered. Among them are members of the Azov Order, a unit that the Kremlin describes as “neo-Nazi.” Kyiv hopes to exchange these fighters for Russian prisoners of war. which could complicate the exchange of prisoners. . “I think the court is inevitable: justice must prevail,” Pushilin told a news conference with Leonid Slutsky.

Source: politis.com.cy

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