Representative of the President of Ukraine on peaceful settlement of the conflict in the Donbass Irina Gerashchenko said that the subject of hostages and political prisoners does not allow unverified information, because it is too expensive. So she commented on spostavano information on the carriage of Ukrainian political prisoner Oleg Sentsov to Kiev.
About this Gerashchenko wrote on his page in Facebook.
24 channel reported that at night on August 12, Russian journalist Victoria Ivleva said that the plane with Oleg Sentsova departed from the city of Salekhard, and probably sent to Kiev. Subsequently, however, she said she no longer has any information about the supposed plane of political prisoners, and assumes that she has provided false data.
After that the Russian jailers reported that Oleg Sentsov had not left the colony in the town of Labytnangi.
“72 130 calls and SMS from 1 to 4 nights. No comment. I understand that everyone wants good news and hope for a miracle. But still such sensitive topics require public silence prior to confirmation from official sources”, – wrote Gerashchenko.
I said this a thousand times, that the subject of hostages and political prisoners does not allow unverified information, it’s too expensive. And remember that we are dealing with the Empire of lies, fakes, the culprit of proven FSBO practice of spreading false information to spread often in the dark used bright and decent people, to their discredit, and to sow continuous distrust and debase the sacred theme,
the message reads policy.
What Russia has condemned Oleg Sentsov? Ukrainian Director arrested may 11, 2014 on the territory of the occupied Crimea. Sentsov accused of preparation of act of terrorism on the Peninsula during the illegal annexation by Russia. Later, the Director was accused of possession of weapons and explosives.
In August of 2015. in Russia, was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment in a strict regime colony in the town of Labytnangi. From may 16, 2018 a prisoner hunger strike demanding the release of all Ukrainian prisoners held in Russia and the occupied Crimea.