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The Kremlin responded to Britain’s desire to free its mercenaries

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Dmitry Peskov advised London to contact the DPR
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The British authorities did not turn to Russia on the issue of their mercenaries who left for Ukraine. This was announced by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

“You need to apply to the authorities of the country whose court passed the verdict. And this is not Russia. Of course, everything will depend on the appeal from London, and I am sure that the Russian side will be ready to listen to it, ”Peskov said during a conference call.

Earlier, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said she would do everything necessary to release British mercenaries sentenced to death in the DPR. It was assumed that they would be exchanged for the politician Viktor Medvechuk.

The British authorities did not turn to Russia on the issue of their mercenaries who left for Ukraine. This was announced by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov. “You need to apply to the authorities of the country whose court passed the verdict. And this is not Russia. Of course, everything will depend on the appeal from London, and I am sure that the Russian side will be ready to listen to it, ”Peskov said during a conference call. Earlier, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said she would do everything necessary to release British mercenaries sentenced to death in the DPR. It was assumed that they would be exchanged for the politician Viktor Medvechuk.

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