"On the list of citizens who Moskalkova wanted to visit, among others, there were the following persons: Vyshinsky, Galich, Dzhimiev, Zhitka, Kamalov, Marchukov, Mekhalchevsky, Osminin, Satarov, Sinichak, Sukhanov, Shibaev, and Yurevich. [Kiev is ready to transfer these 13 people to Russia in exchange] for the release of Ukrainian political prisoners," Herashchenko told reporters, as cited by the UNN news agency.
She said that the 13 people, whom Russian High Commissioner for Human Rights Tatiana Moskalkova wanted to visit during her trip to Ukraine, had either Russian or dual citizenship.
On May 17, a court in the Ukrainian city of Kherson ruled that Vyshinsky should be arrested and detained for 60 days without bail.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had said that Vyshinsky's arrest was politically motivated and that the incident demonstrated an unprecedented and unacceptable policy of Ukrainian authorities targeting journalists who were just doing their jobs.