Ukrainian citizens Hennadiy Afanasyev and Yuriy Soloshenko, who were convicted in Russia, are expected to be flown to Kyiv by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's airplane in the afternoon on Tuesday, a Moscow source familiar with the situation reported.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry's airplane, which is supposed to fly Afanasyev and Soloshenko, convicted in Russia, back home, has came to Moscow.
"The Ukrainian side has postponed its departure time several times," the source said.
The source did not say exactly when the plane would depart from Moscow.
The source said that upon their arrival to Ukraine, Afanasyev and Soloshenko will be hospitalized. He recalled that Soloshenko has cancer, while Afanasyeva has been diagnosed a blood disorder.
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Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said earlier two Russian citizens Yevgeny Mefedov and Maxim Sakauov, who are suspects in the May 2, 2014 events in Odesa, may be exchanged for Soloshenko and Afanasyev.