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Ukrainian sailor Eider possibly infected with hepatitis B, - lawyer

Eider believes he could have caught the infection at the Russian hospital
11:22, 2 February 2019

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Andriy Eider, the Ukrainian sailor wounded in the Russian attack in the Kerch Strait could be infected with hepatitis B in the hospital of the Matrosskaya Tishina prison. The lawyer Nikolai Polozov reported on Facebook.

“I will get the official evidence of the infection with hepatitis B at the beginning of the next week, when I see the medical report, which Andriy Eider got while being transferred from Matrosskaya Tishina to Lefortovo prison in Moscow”, Eider's lawyer Aleksandra Markova said.

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The application has also been submitted to transfer Andriy Eider for treatment to another country.

Earlier, we reported that the lawyer Nikolai Polozov, who deals with the defense of Ukrainian prisoners of war, confirmed that three Ukrainian seamen, wounded in the Russian Navy attack on Ukrainian ships, were brought from Matrosskaya Tishina to Lefortovo prison in Moscow on January 28. 

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Andriy Eider, the Ukrainian sailor wounded in the Russian attack in the Kerch Strait suffers the consequences of his injuries, which is why he needs to be transferred to a highly qualified medical facility for further treatment.

Earlier, on November 25, 2018m the coast guard ships of the Russian Navy attacked the ships of the Ukrainian Navy, which have been carrying out a scheduled transition from Odesa port to Mariupol port in the Sea of Azov. Ukrainian ships were rejected passage via the Kerch Strait, Russian coast guards opened the aimed fire on them.

 

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