Russian traveler Konstantin Zhuravlev, the day before released from a three-year captivity in Syria, is not going to stay long in Russia at arrival to Tomsk, he said about the forthcoming trip to Somalia and Afghanistan. About it reports “Radio Freedom”.
In Tomsk Zhuravlev going to restore the passport to a new journey.
Zhuravleva taken hostage in 2013 in Northern Syria. The Russians several times passed each other by various Islamist groups, who believed Zhuravleva Russian spy.
Damascus has stated that it is not liable for the fate of the Russians since he entered the territory of Syria without having a visa. Negotiations for its return were Russian diplomats.
On the eve of the press service of the FSB reported that Zhuravlev returned home.
Russian traveler Konstantin Zhuravlev flew home after three years in Syrian captivity. pic.twitter.com/GxGfsaRnT1