A Ukrainian serviceman walks amid destroyed Russian tanks in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv on April 6. (Image: AP file)
She stated it was as soon as the fifth prisoner change between the 2 international locations since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine
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Ukraine stated Tuesday it had bought lend a hand 60 infantrymen and 16 civilians in a prisoner swap with Moscow, without giving fundamental facets on what number of Russians went residence within the change. “This day we exchanged 60 servicemen, including ten officers. Sixteen civilians are also returning residence,” Kyiv’s deputy high minister Iryna Vereshchuk stated on Telegram.
She stated it was as soon as the fifth prisoner change between the 2 international locations since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine on February 24th. As in previous prisoner swaps, she gave no fundamental facets on what number of Russians were exchanged.
The prisoner swap came as Ukraine says Russia has launched a vital fresh offensive within the east of the nation. Last week Kyiv stated it had returned 30 prisoners of war by an command of President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Zelensky has equipped to swap legitimate-Kremlin magnate Viktor Medvedchuk, arrested by Kyiv after escaping residence arrest, for Ukrainians captured in Russia. On Monday Kyiv’s security providers and products aired a video of Medvedchuk asking his ally, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Zelensky to change him in return for an evacuation of civilians and troops from the besieged port metropolis of Mariupol.