Ukrainian hostages in Russia is not to be bartered on the list, – Feygin

Russia does not intend to exchange the list of the wrongfully convicted Ukrainians and the issue of the release of all Ukrainian hostages will be considered individually. This was stated by Russian lawyer mark Feigin, reports “Radio Freedom”.

He believes that the return of Ukrainian hostages in Russia will be agreed at the highest level, because of Russian President Vladimir Putin, they are “a valuable resource”.

“Putin will not change the Ukrainian citizens on the list. This is a more valuable resource than the exchange of prisoners APU fighters. He will try to change them one at a time,” said Feigin.

The lawyer added that his client Roman Sushchenko is not currently complains of feeling.

“About how he feels, then no problem. But the situation before the court we are acquainted with the case, she wound very much,” – said Feigin.

As previously reported, the SBU said that the Russian Federation hold a few dozen Ukrainian prisoners. In turn, a prisoner of the militants are still 103 people.

Recall, December 27 at the Donbass took place the exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and ORDO. Returned home 73 Ukrainian hostages. The occupied territory was transferred 233.