Ukrainian diplomats help free Ukrainian-Russian-Kyrgyz crew of Airbus A300 arrested in Libya
Ukrainian diplomats have ensured the release of an Airbus A300 crew, who were transporting humanitarian aid and were arrested on November 13, 2014 in the city of Ghadames, Libya.
"Ukrainian diplomats have secured the departure from Libya of the freed crew members - citizens of Ukraine, Russia and Kyrgyzstan," Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesman Yevhen Perebyinis wrote on Twitter on Monday.
He also posted a photo of seven people, presumably the Airbus crewmembers
Perebyinis reported on December 17 that four crew member of the Airbus A300, including two Ukrainians, one Russian and one Kyrgyz national, were freed from captivity in Libya. He said then that talks on the release of the remaining three crew members – two Russians and one citizen of Kyrgyzstan continued.