Libya: The Government of National Accord transfers two Russians in its...

Libya: The Government of National Accord transfers two Russians in its...
Libya: The Government of National Accord transfers two Russians in its...

Alexander Malkevich, head of the Russian Fund for the Protection of National Values, announced on Monday that Government of National Accord In the Libyan capital, the Russian workers in the fund, who are being held by the Radaa militia “Maxim Shogali and Samer Swifan”, were transferred from a Libyan civilian prison to a Turkish military base at Mitiga airport.

Malkievitch said, in a press statement, that he had sent an open letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan requesting assistance to these two Russians.

According to Malkevic’s statement, the letter he addressed to Erdogan contained a request for “help in solving this problem, and the return of Maxim Shogali and Samer Swivan to their homeland, where their relatives and friends are waiting for them,” according to the text of the appeal.

It is noteworthy that the detention of Russian employees in Libya has taken place since 2019, and the Public Prosecution in Tripoli charged them with interfering in internal affairs and local elections, and carrying out social activities in the country without permission from the local authorities and security agencies, and that they traveled to places they were not allowed to visit.

Malkievitch had denounced the continuation of the reconciliation government headed by Fayez Al-Sarraj, in the abduction of Maxim Shogali and Samer Swivan, stressing that the Accord Government had no evidence of condemning the kidnapped Russians a year and a half ago.

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