According to Igor Gryb, his son went to Gomel to meet a girl with whom he got acquainted and communicated in the social networks.
'Pavlo should come back at the same day, according to the agreement. I went to Gomel for searches when he did not come back the next day. I found out that Pavlo is on the wanted list under the article 205 of the Criminal Code of Russia (terrorist action) that was initiated by the FSB of Russia of Krasnodar Krai in Sochi. I made a request to the officer on duty of the border service command of Gomel to tell me where my son is because to the regulations the border guard officers should detain person who is on the wanted list during the crossing of the border and then they should transfer this person to the department that initiated the tracing. They asked me about the personal information towards Pavlo and promised to deal with this. Then they told me that they do not have any information about my son and half and it is the blatant lie. The Direction of the Border Guard Service refused to meet with me', Igor Gryb specified.
He supposes that 'the Russian FSB lured out Pavlo to Gomel under the pretence of the meeting with a girl and then detained him'.
Igor Gryb noted that his son has permanent disability and he should take maintenance medications and the absence of them will lead to the permanent consequences.