According to her, her son called her from the gate of the isolation ward and said that while they would stay in Turkey.

“They left, now they will be helped to rent a house.

While they will not be released: they are under subscription.

They will wait for a court decision, ”she said.

As the woman said, what will happen next is still unknown.

“Will there be a fine, compensation for damage, but they were released, as I understand it, before the trial.

They are not to blame.

After all, they are not alone on this path, half of Turkey, a lot of tourists, ”Vdovkina added.

Earlier, Ivan Melnikov, vice president of the Russian division of the International Committee for the Protection of Human Rights, told RT that a court in Antalya, Turkey, released seven Russian citizens arrested on charges of setting fire to a forest from custody.

More on the topic - in the material RT.