Released separatists enjoyed no warm welcome: they were packed into buses, locked up in dungeons, - Donbas militant on prisoner swap

A pro-Russian separatist Maxim Ravreba says the representatives of the so-called “Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics” gave a not very nice welcome to their henchmen liberated in the prisoner swap on Dec. 27.

As reported by Censor.NET, blogger Denys Kazanskyi quoted the statement of separatist Ravreba who was outraged by the fact that no one gave a warm reception to the liberated supporters of the breakaway republics while they were even not allowed to see their relatives.

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"Everyone saw a warm welcome the liberated Ukrainians enjoyed upon arrival in Kyiv yesterday. And here is the separatists’ impression on the reception given to the freed "LPR"/“DPR” supporters described by a “DPR” member Maxim Ravreba: "Our prisoners enjoyed no warm welcome. Our prisoners were packed into the buses and taken to Donetsk. They were not allowed to see their relatives but were placed in a guarded dungeon beneath the hotel instead to be later screened by the secret agents. But it’s just a beginning. They’ll either stay in the "LPR"/“DPR”, which are a complete disaster as finding a job there is far from easy, or travel to the Russian Federation to survive through hardships of Federal Migration Service confines. I emphasize that no one in the Russian Federation gives a damn about them," Kazansky wrote.

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"It's not surprising that so many prisoners refused to return there," the blogger summed up.

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/n3042017