Sunday, February 22, 2015

Ukrainian security forces abused prisoners and returned them in serious condition

Sunday, 22 February 2015 11:50
Ukrainian security forces abused prisoners and returned them in serious condition

Representatives of the militia of New Russia and the inhabitants of Donetsk and Lugansk republics, rescued from captivity Ukrainian, are in serious condition. This was reported by the Commissioner for Human Rights proclaimed by the DNR Daria Morozova. She noted that communication with militia fighters not interrupted. They called from captivity and told of torture and that they were forced to sign a waiver to participate in the exchange.

Two militia immediately after the exchange had to be urgently hospitalized.
According to Morozova, the Ukrainian side during an exchange instead of trying to pass militia captured civilians, which often delays as the organizers of the referendum held on May 11, 2014. Of the 36 people also gave four women. 

Among them, the mother militias. One of them was arrested when she went for a pension, and the second was taken from the house. In turn, the Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs in the Contact Group on Ukraine Viktor Medvedchuk noted that refuse to exchange according to the "all for all" Ukraine is not the intention. "We will continue to work until everything will not be at home, in the LC and the DNI, and in Kiev and other Ukrainian cities," - he said. The exchange of prisoners between the Donbas and Kyiv took place. 

The militia released 140 people, most of whom were captured in the area Debaltseve. In return received 52 people. Among those released - journalist agency "Neva news" Andrew Zakharchuk previously detained SBU. In exchange for the 16 volunteers from Lugansk proclaimed the People's Republic were released 103 Ukrainian strongman, and 36 volunteers from Donetsk People's Republic was supposed to exchange for 37 security officials. But after one of them decided to stay in the DNI, the exchange in this direction was the formula "36 to 36", reports Tass.

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