SBU officers detained Vyshinsky in mid-May, accusing him of high treason and supporting self-proclaimed DPR and LPR. On the seventeenth of May the journalist was detained for a month of 2.
All these ridiculous accusations, without any doubt, fabricated by the country's security service, cites Dzhabarov RIA News.
The senator is confident that Kiev is taking such steps with one goal - to create something like a “exchange fund” for the release of its citizens serving sentences in Russia, including director Oleg Sentsov (convicted for organizing and preparing terrorist acts in Crimea).
In his opinion, Moscow could have been exchanged, since the situation of Russians in Ukrainian prisons is alarming.
At the same time, Dzhabarov stressed that "such questions require silence." They are very carefully worked out at the level of heads of state through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice. And in this case it is better not to allow "public discussion."
We will remind, earlier, Vladimir Putin said that he had discussed with Petro Poroshenko the issue of extradition of detainees, including Vyshinsky. At the same time, he noted that he considers disclosing the details of the negotiations premature.