Ukrainian political prisoner Pavlo Gryb took a lot of damage due to a hand-to-hand assault. His father Ihor Gryb reported this with a reference to lawyer Maryna Dubrovina who saw Pavlo after that fight on late July 3.
'Pavlo said that they severely beat him up when they were convoyed to Rostov-on-Don. The inmates attacked him when they learned what the charges against him were', Gryb said.
The Russian inmates took Pavlo's clothes and food that he received from Ukrainian consuls recently.
'He has no hygiene products or a change of underwear', father said.
The Ukrainian political prisoner assumes the things will stay this way. 'One powerful blow to his stomach may result in an internal bleeding and, thus, death. No one will be able to render qualified medical aid', Ihor Gryb stressed.
He also added that Pavlo is weak and he constantly suffers from bad headaches.
'The absence of medications only worsens his already bad health conditions', father concluded.
Earlier today, the Russian court decided to extend the detention for Pavlo Gryb, the political prisoner from Ukraine charged with the alleged preparing of a terrorist act in Sochi, Russia.