Issahar’s lawyer is sure that the release of the girl is not far off

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MOSCOW, Jan 23 – RIA News. The release of Israeli mother Naama Issahar, who was convicted in Russia, may be just around the corner after a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the girl’s mother, lawyer Vadim Klyuvgant said.On Thursday, during a visit to Israel, Putin met with the girl’s mother and, in response to the woman’s worries, said that “everything will be fine.”

“It was a joint meeting, we all communicated with Naama. This meeting is an important link in the struggle for the liberation of Naama. We all who participated in this meeting, we really hope that this result in the form of liberation is not far off, since today we they heard that the Russian president had already made a promise to Naama’s mother that everything would be fine, “Kluvgant told reporters on Thursday.

Issakhar’s second lawyer, Alexei Dobrynin, also hopes the girl will be released soon.In turn, the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation, Tatyana Moskalkova, also expressed hope that the words of the Russian leader mother Issachar can be regarded as a possible release of the girl.

“I hope that Putin’s words can be regarded as a hope for a successful resolution and possible early release. Early release may be based on pardon, if the president decides. There may be other reasons for the release, but his words that everything will be fine, a lot mean, “Moskalkova told reporters on Thursday after inspecting the colony.In mid-December last year, the Moscow Regional Court upheld the validity of the sentence of Issakhar, who received 7.5 years in prison for smuggling and possession of drugs. She was detained on April 9 in the transit zone of Sheremetyevo Airport, where she made a transfer on the way from Delhi to Tel Aviv. 9.6 grams of hash were found in the girl’s backpack. Issakhar herself admitted that she transported hash, but for personal purposes and without the intent of smuggling.Issachar’s defense filed a complaint against the verdict with the ECHR and began preparing a cassation appeal against the verdict and appeal ruling, which will be submitted to the First Court of Cassation of General Jurisdiction.