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Russian court extends arrest for Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb till January
17:46, 18 October 2017
Russian court extends arrest for Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb till January

Referring to a lawyer, Ihor Gryb, detainee’s father said that his son does not look well and needs medical help

17:46, 18 October 2017

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Krasnodar District Court of Russia extended detention for Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb until January 4, 2018. This was announced by his father Ihor Gryb at the press conference in Kyiv, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

"The court session was over two hours ago, and according to the decision, the detention of Pavlo was continued until January 4, 2018," detainee’s father said.

Referring to a lawyer, Ihor Gryb said that his son looks unwell and needs medical help.

Related: ECHR demands that Russia gives statement on Pavlo Gryb’s health

As it was reported earlier 19-years old citizen of Ukraine Pavlo Gryb who disappeared in Gomel, Belarus on August 24 was found in Krasnodar prison, Russia. 

His father, the officer of the Border Guard Service of Ukraine Igor Gryb published in Facebook that his son 19-years old Pavlo Gryb got lost in Belarus on August 24. His son went to Gomel to meet a girl with whom he got acquainted and communicated in the social networks.

He supposed that 'the Russian FSB lured out Pavlo to Gomel under the pretence of the meeting with a girl and then detained him'.

Related: New details of Pavlo Gryb’s abduction by Russian secret services

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