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Medvedchuk laborious is engaged in release of Ukrainians, the Kremlin

Медведчук кропотливо занимается освобождением украинцев, - КремльThus the press Secretary of the head of the Russian Federation replied to the question about the possibility of intensifying the process of exchange of prisoners in Russia Ukrainians.

The Kremlin said that the subject of exchange of prisoners in Ukraine is constantly rising leader of the Ukrainian choice Viktor Medvedchuk.

Medvedchuk Dec 2014 participates in the negotiations for the exchange of detained persons, as a special envoy for humanitarian Affairs in the Tripartite contact group on peaceful settlement of the situation in the East of Ukraine.

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Thus the press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, responded to a question about whether it is possible to expect activation in the process of exchange of prisoners, including citizens of Ukraine residing on the territory of the Russian Federation.

“This topic is constantly discussed, and in the framework of the contact group, it rises, and it is constantly Victor Medvedchuk is trying to keep afloat. Not everything went smoothly, not everyone is able to reach agreements, it is very hard work, it deals with Medvedchuk”, – he said.

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Earlier, Medvedchuk, commenting on the prospects of returning home, of convicts in Russia’s Ukrainians, said that the negotiation process continues.

“I openly inform the media that I’m negotiating for the release of Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislaus Cliche, but Oleg Sentsov, Alexander Kolchenko and others with the leadership of the Russian Federation”, – said Medvedchuk.

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