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Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb tells lawyer how he was kidnapped from Gomel to Russia
21:51, 11 September 2017
Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb tells lawyer how he was kidnapped from Gomel to Russia

19-year-old Ukrainian was brought out of Belarus to Russia

21:51, 11 September 2017

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Lawyer Andrey Sabinin managed to visit 19-year-old Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb, who is kept in one of the detention centers in Krasnodar, as the lawyer wrote on Facebook.

“Visited Pavlo Gryb in the detention center. He looks okay, but he is worried, as he doesn’t have his medication. Sustenance problems also weren’t solved,” Sabinin wrote.

He added that he couldn’t disclose what exactly Gryb is accused of, as he signed a non-disclosure agreement.

According to the lawyer, Pavlo Gryb told him that he was moved out of Gomel by unknown individuals and handed him over to other strangers, and in a few days later an arrest report was filed in Smolensk region of Russia.

As it was reported earlier, Pavlo Gryb went to Belarus on August 24, and contact with him was lost. His father told he had gone to Belarus to meet a girl he knew from social networks. Later on, Pavlo Gryb was found at a Krasnodar prison in Russia. Later on his father said that keeping Pavlo Gryb in detention without medication can have fatal conseqences, as the young man's health is in bad condition.

Related: Ukraine demands Russia to let Ukrainian consuls see detained Pavlo Gryb

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