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Russia Seeks Crimea Land Route for Savchenko Release – SBU Official

An central from a Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) claimed Russia had been seeking for a land track to Crimea in sell for releasing Ukrainian commander Nadezhda Savchenko, according to an talk with a eccentric Novaya Gazeta journal published Monday.

Yuriy Tandyt, an confidant to a SBU chief, pronounced Moscow was reluctant to sell Savchenko for Russian servicemen restrained in eastern Ukraine since Russian authorities “wanted more.” The ask for a land track to Crimea was put brazen by an central “close to a Kremlin,” Tandyt said, Novaya Gazeta reported.

“We need we to also accommodate us halfway,” Tandyt quoted a Russian central as saying. “We need a fast tie to Crimea, so we could lift load there, passengers.”

Tandyt pronounced he told a Russian central that Ukraine had no skeleton to “trade a princess for half a kingdom” during a time when scores of Western politicians and activists have been job for Savchenko’s release. But he confirmed that Ukraine was “ready for any compromises.”

Russia accuses Savchenko of aiding a murdering of dual Russian reporters in eastern Ukraine, where Moscow-backed separatists are fighting Kiev supervision forces. A city justice in southern Russia has begun sentencing proceedings.

The conduct of Russia’s presidential tellurian rights council, Mikhail Fedotov, pronounced Monday that restrained sell will usually be probable after a judgment comes into force.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/563140.html