Plane with Russian prisoners released by Ukraine lands in Moscow
Kirill Vyshynsky has returned to Russia.
A board with Russian prisoners released in Ukraine has landed in Moscow.
The plane arrived at Kyiv Boryspil Airport on Saturday morning, where 33 people boarded on it, and then departed to Moscow.
The Kremlin confirmed that Chief Editor of RIA Novosti Ukraine, Kirill Vyshinsky, returned to Russia. The complete list of Russians will be reported later, TASS reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has pardoned 11 Ukrainians, including Ukranian film director Oleg Sentsov. President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky pardoned 16 Russians, among them there were three women.
A Russian plane with Ukrainian prisoners landed in Kyiv a few hours ago.
At the end of summer, Moscow and Kyiv began negotiations on the issue of the simultaneous release of convicted and detained persons. It was reported that the exchange will take place according to the “33-33” formula, but the figure later increased to 35.