Photo: Dmytro Lubinets / Telegram
Dmitry Lubinets met with Patriarch Bartholomew
The Ombudsman, who led the delegation, spoke about humanitarian problems and issues related to the repatriation of the seriously wounded, the exchange of prisoners of war and the return of civilian hostages.
Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets met with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew. The Ombudsman announced this on the TG channel.
“I had the honor to lead a delegation in Istanbul today. Together with Ukrainian heroes and heroines, in particular, military medic Maryana Mamonova, defender of Mariupol Ekaterina Polishchuk (Ptashka), serviceman of the Azov Regiment Vladislav Dutchak (Associate Professor), border guard and defender of Mariupol Igor Kucher, border guards Valeriy Paditel, Vyacheslav Zavalny and relatives of the civilian hostages held by the Russian Federation since 2014 met with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew,” the Ombudsman said.
During the meeting with the Patriarch, the Ukrainian delegation discussed peace issues with him.
The Ombudsman spoke about humanitarian problems and issues related to the repatriation of the seriously wounded, the exchange of prisoners of war and the return of civilian hostages.
Patriarch Bartholomew noted that a letter had already been sent to the metropolitans in Europe to take care of the Ukrainians who are now there. In addition, he recalled that in March 2022 he visited Poland, where he met Ukrainians. According to him, it was a very bitter experience to see people who were forcibly forced to leave the country.
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew noted that he was confident in the victory of Ukraine, and stressed that this would not be just a victory for Ukraine, but a victory for justice and truth.
Earlier, the Ombudsman spoke about the problems of releasing civilians from the captivity of the Russian Federation.
The Ombudsman reacted to the HumanRightsWatch report on anti-personnel mines
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