Member of State Duma Yumasheva sets off for Moscow after interrogation in New York

Member of State Duma Yumasheva sets off for Moscow after interrogation in New York
Inga Yumasheva Photo: Znak.com

On October 5, Ambassador of Russia to the United States Anatoly Antonov reported that Yumasheva who had arrived in the country to visit Dialog Fort-Ross forum had been detained at the airport of New York by FBI employees for interrogation.

Member of Russia’s State Duma Inga Yumasheva who had been wrongly detained for interrogation has set off for Moscow from JFK international airport Monday night, reports TASS.

The agency specifies she arrived in New York from San Francisco. Yumasheva had no issues while checking in for the flight, going through the passport control procedures and in the waiting area. Aeroflot’s SU-103 flight departed according to the schedule. Its arriving at Sheremetyevo is being expected at 11:05 Moscow time.

On October 5, Ambassador of Russia to the United States Anatoly Antonov reported that Yumasheva who had arrived in the country to visit Dialog Fort-Ross forum had been detained at the airport of New York by FBI employees for interrogation that took around an hour. State Duma’s speaker Viacheslav Volodin called the actions of the FBI employees towards Yumasheva an outrage.

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