|Simon Ostrovsky, a prisoner now.|
“Ostrovsky was giving incorrect, one-sided information,” Vyacheslav Ponomarev told ABC News, adding that Ostrovsky needs to be taught a lesson.
“He feels fine,” Ponomarev said. “We’re feeding him well, nothing unpleasant is happening to him,” according to ABC News.
The mayor said Ostrovsky will eventually be released. The United States is calling on Russia to use its influence on these pro-Russian groups to get him out but so far there is no sign of his ordeal ending any time soon.
See the Eastern Ukraine where pro-Russian forces have seized government buildings and even towns.
Russian citizens being attacked is an attack against the Russian Federation,were said by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
How much more valuable and more "useful" they are, as those ordinary people who are inside the borders?
Everywhere is war - shame on you!