Osuzhdennye in Russia for drugs Israeli partially admitted guilt

Srilanka Naama Issachar, which is condemned for smuggling and drug possession, admitted partial guilt. This was announced by the Commissioner for human rights in the Moscow region Ekaterina Semenova, reports “Interfax”.

According to the Ombudsman, Issachar also stated that “no intent on smuggling she was not.”

the Commissioner added that the Commission on issues of pardon on the territory of Moscow recommended to pardon the Israeli.

“the Commission voted for this decision unanimously”, – has informed Semenova.

Earlier on January 27 in the House of government of Moscow region took place the meeting of the Commission: it was a petition to pardon convicted Israeli woman. Issachar filed a petition on January 26. Members of the Commission must send its opinion on this issue, Moscow region Governor, who shall transmit them to the President of Russia, who signed a decree to pardon the condemned.

Earlier request to pardon the girls to Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the Israeli leader Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the mother of a condemned Jaffa Issachar.

Issachar was detained in the transit area of Sheremetyevo airport in April 2019. In her Luggage found 10 grams of hashish. The girl flying through the Moscow airport from Delhi in tel Aviv, confessed that he had purchased the drug for personal use. The Khimki city court of Moscow region has sentenced her to seven and a half years in prison.