Feygin said this to an Ukrinform correspondent at the III Vilnius Russia Forum.
"The French Embassy confirmed that the letter of my client to President Macron was delivered to the place of destination, that is, at least to the Office of the President of France. I hope that this issue will be discussed in some way at a meeting of Macron and Putin on May 29," he said.
He has explained that, in his opinion, today the French-Russian dialogue is impossible without discussing a number of problems, including the attempts to interfere in the election of the French president and the issue of Sushchenko.
As reported, Ukrinform correspondent in France Roman Sushchenko was arrested in Moscow on September 30, where he arrived on a private visit. He was accused of “espionage”, allegedly being a member of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry. The Ukrainian Main Intelligence Directorate denied allegations of the Russian Federal Security Service.
The Russian court ruled at its closed hearing on October 1 to arrest the journalist for two months.
October 7, the Russian Federation officially charged the Ukrainian journalist with spying. Sushchenko denied any guilt.
November 28, the Lefortovsky District Court of Moscow extended pre-trial detention term of Ukrinform correspondent Roman Sushchenko until January 30, 2017.
January 25, the Lefortovsky District Court of Moscow extended pre-trial detention term of Ukrinform correspondent Roman Sushchenko until April 30, 2017.
April 26, the Lefortovsky District Court of Moscow extended pre-trial detention term of Sushchenko until June 30, 2017.
The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry confirmed that Ukrinform correspondent Roman Sushchenko is not a staff employee of the Defense Intelligence.
Roman Sushchenko works with the Ukrainian National News Agency Ukrinform since 2002 and is agency's own correspondent in France since 2010.
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