Hamas frees a Russian citizen in a nod to Putin’s position

Between the hostages released this Sunday Hamas on the third day of truce in the conflict with Israel there is a citizen with Russian nationalityin gratitude for the efforts carried out by Vladimir Putin in support of the Palestinian cause.

This has been confirmed Taher al Nunupress officer of Hamas leader Ismail Haniye, who explained that “Hamas has released a hostage who has Russian citizenship in response to the efforts of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. The hostage has already been handed over to the Red Cross.”

Hamas has highlighted in a statement published on Telegram the “recognition of the Russian position in support of the Palestinian cause”reason for the release of this Russian citizen.

It has subsequently emerged that the freed Russian-Israeli is Roni Krivoiwho worked as sound technician at Nova Festival, the electronic music festival held near the Gaza Strip on the day of the attack by Hamas militants.

Krivoi, 25, was born in Israel to a Russian family. Her brother has highlighted that he is very strong both from a mental and physical point of view. An image of Krivoi has already been published on social networks in one of the ICRC jeeps that he has transported to those released. Two Russian citizens believed to have been kidnapped by Hamas since October 7.

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