Naama Issachar, the American-Israeli woman held in Russian prison, was interviewed from her cell on Thursday, saying that she believes Russian President Vladimir Putin when he told her mother, Yaffa Issachar, that "Everything will be OK."Russia's Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova visited Naama in prison to oversee her conditions in jail, and claimed that Naama looks well, she said in an interview with Channel 12. Moskalkova watched, together with Naama and her three cellmates, Putin's meeting with her mother."I was very excited to see my mother meeting such important people," Naama said. "I am still here, but I believe what Putin said: If he says everything will be OK, I believe everything will be OK." Moskalkova told Channel 12 that "They have a TV in jail, and they watched Putin's meeting with Naama's mother. Her cellmates even said they cried a little. They were all surprised that the Russian president shows such a level of compassion and humanity by meeting and supporting the mother of a simple woman."Putin's words "inspired Naama and put hope in her for a quick return to her country," Moskalkova said.The commissioner claimed that her visit had nothing to do with the request to pardon the imprisoned young woman, and that she herself does not have the authority to pardon her.