the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko gave his consent to the payment of Kiev of some of the detained Russians. According to “Kommersant”, this was reported by Ukrainian journalist Dmitry Gordon, saying that the head of Belarus told him about this decision during the interview.
According to Gordon, he pledged that “it will be given a green light to prosecutors and other law enforcement agencies, which in accordance with the Belarusian laws will do everything necessary in order to bring the guilty of both Russia and Ukraine.”
we will Remind, earlier it was reported that Alexander Lukashenko and President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky discussed the possibility of extradition of the detained Russians. On the portal of the Belarusian leader reported that Lukashenka promised “cooperation in the framework of the signed with Russia and Ukraine agreements”.
33 Russian citizens were detained in Belarus on July 29. Law enforcement agencies consider them to be fighters, “PMC Wagner”, who arrived for the preparation of mass riots. Ukraine said that 28 of the 33 Russians participated in combat operations in the Donbass. Moscow says that the Russians — employees of the chop and were in the country of transit.