Trump has spoken out against the release of Guantanamo prisoners

Trump has spoken out against the release of Guantanamo prisoners

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The US President-elect, Donald trump spoke out against the further release of prisoners of Guantanamo prison, which sent terrorism suspects

On his page in the microblog twitter, trump wrote: “you should Not continue to release from Guantanamo Bay. There are extremely dangerous people who should not return to the battlefield”.

The message trump was dedicated to the White house statement about the plans to release from Guantanamo Bay 22. In the current administration promised to January 20 (inauguration day the new President) to release and other prisoners located on the island of Cuba prison.

Earlier, Obama announced plans to close the prison in Guantanamo until February, explaining that the big expenses for its maintenance. However, this was opposed by the congressmen, pointing out the fact that it contains including the suspects in the terrorist attacks of September 11 in new York and Washington.

The closure of Guantanamo Bay prison was one of the points of the electoral program of Obama. He promised to transfer the prison to prisons in the U.S. or send them to their home countries. However, Cuba still holds around 60 prisoners.

Russian foreign Ministry Commissioner on human rights Konstantin Dolgov in mid-October called the campaign to reduce the number of Guantanamo detainees “human Bazaar where slave trade”. “Yes, there was less of the prisoners, but let’s see where the prisoners went. They hastily shove the world without the slightest idea that these people will be on, and that looks like a human Bazaar where slave trade”, — he said.

The Russian foreign Ministry also noted that the US authorities failed to investigate information about the use of torture at Guantanamo, and no one is held responsible for what was happening in this prison.