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Prosecutors demand not to release the prisoner in the U.S. the Russian Osipov

Prosecutors demand to release convicted in the United States, the Russian Bogdan Osipov, who asked to release her from prison, says the petition, filed in the court.

Osipova, who is serving in the U.S. 7-year sentence for kidnapping his own child, asked the court to release her under house arrest because of the epidemic of the coronavirus and for health reasons during the pendency of the appeal in the case.

Convicted in the United States Osipova asked me to send her under house arrest

Russian citizen Bogdan Osipov, who is serving in the U.S. 7-year sentence for kidnapping his own child, asked the court to send her under house arrest because of the epidemic of the coronavirus and health, said in court documents.

"The undersigned asks the court to immediately release her or put under house arrest pending appeal at the time of the global crisis in health care - pandemic COVID-19, subject to the conditions," - said in the petition to the court signed the most Osipova and registered in the court documents on July 13.

A member of the HRC offered to exchange Whelan on Osipov

The head of the Commission for international cooperation of the Council on human rights under the President of Russia (HRC) Alexander Brod plans to offer the Russian authorities to exchange convicted of espionage American Paul Whelan on the Russian Bogdan Osipov, was sentenced in U.S. for kidnapping her own child.

Earlier the Moscow city court sentenced Whelan to 16 years in a strict regime colony. The prosecution asked for 18 years. The American in the final statement said that espionage was not involved.

Some of the Russians in American prisons checked on the COVID-19

Some Russians in US prisons tested for coronavirus, the results are negative, is reflected in the responses of Russia's Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov to the media on the website of the foreign Ministry.

"After our appeals to the American authorities, many compatriots were provided with qualified medical aid. Some of the convicts have already tested for the coronavirus. Fortunately, the results are negative," - said Antonov.