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Stanislav Klykh to be convoyed from Grozny to Chelyabinsk
08:48, 10 January 2017
Stanislav Klykh to be convoyed from Grozny to Chelyabinsk

The whereabouts of another Ukrainian prisoner, Mykola Karpyuk, are still unknown

08:48, 10 January 2017

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Illegally detained in Grozny Ukrainian Stanislav Klykh will be convoyed from Grozny to Chelyabinsk, where he will have to serve a 20-year sentence.
This was reported by People's Deputy Igor Mosiychuk on his Facebook page.

"I have just found out that our ill political prisoner of the Kremlin Stanislav Klykh will be convoyed from Grozny to Chelyabinsk, where Ukrainian guilty of nothing must serve 20 years of imprisonment,"  Mosiychuk wrote.

Related: Stanislav Klykh’s mental health deteriorates, - lawyer

Ukrainian Mykola Karpyuk, whose convoying from Grozny to Vladimir to serve 22-year sentence began a month ago and he still has not arrived at the destination. His exact location is still unknown, according to him.

Earlier it was reported that Russia's Supreme Court upheld Karpyuk, Klykh sentences.They were sentenced to 20 and 22.5 years in prison in May this year.

Related: Amnesty International: Karpyuk, Klykh fell victims of Russian parody on justice

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