The foreign Ministry has compared Guantanamo with a “human market” slavers

A campaign to reduce the number of inmates held in us custody in Guantanamo Bay, resembles a “human Bazaar where slave trade”. Such opinion in interview “RIA Novosti” stated Russian foreign Ministry Commissioner for human rights, democracy and rule of law Konstantin Dolgov.

“Yes, there was less of the prisoners, but let’s see where the prisoners went. They hastily shove the world without the slightest idea that these people will be on, and that looks like a human Bazaar where slave trade”, — said Debts.

In his view, all attempts to close Guantanamo and deal with the torture did not succeed. “No one is punished and nothing is investigated. And no one is held accountable, and Guantanamo as it was, and is,” — said the diplomat.

In February 2016, President Barack Obama presented a plan for the closure located in Cuba special prison at Guantanamo, and the Pentagon introduced it to Congress. Obama in his speech stressed that does not want the problem of Guantanamo passed to the next President of the United States. The plan assumed that, of the 91 children in prison inmate 35 will be transferred from prison this year, and the rest will either go to where they are willing to accept, either on the territory of the United States.

In August, the U.S. gave 12 contained in the special prison of the Yemeni and three Afghans in the United Arab Emirates. According to the AP, then in Guantanamo Bay remained a prisoner 61.