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Political prisoner Sushchenko releases painting from behind bars in Russia
08:04, 4 May 2018

Political prisoner Sushchenko releases painting from behind bars in Russia

The picture shows the monument of Prince Volodymyr the Wise on the bank of Dnieper river

08:04, 4 May 2018

Facebook/Julia Sushchenko

Ukrainian reporter Roman Sushchenko who currently remains in custody at Lefortovo detention centre in Russia, passed his family another painting that he created while staying behind the bars.

His daughter Yulia published the picture on Facebook

The picture shows the monument of Prince Volodymyr the Wise on the bank of Dnieper river - apparently, in winter. Sushchenko used paper, a ball pen, a pencil, some water, beetroot juice, tea and washing powder.

In his previous pictures, the detained Ukrainian reporter also used pens, pencils, tea and the scale of onions. 

The journalist of Ukrinform news agency, Roman Sushchenko was detained in Russia in late September 2016. He was accused of espionage. The lawyer stated that Sushchenko was threatened with a 20-year prison sentence if he did not admit his guilt. Ukraine repeatedly appealed to the Russian Federation, demanding to immediately release the journalist.

Related: Ukrainian political prisoner Sushchenko passes pictures from remand center

Related: Sushchenko did not plead guilty in espionage; court suspends session until March 28

Related: Pre-trial hearing of Sushchenko’s case can take place in beginning of March, - advocate

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