Russian Ombudsman Tetiana Moskalkova claimed that Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov who is in the colony in Russian city Labytnangi rejected hospitalization due to the absence of illness and satisfactory conditions. He said that the condition of the filmmaker has not deteriorated; he is kept injecting internal entries. The Russian Ombudsman claimed this in reply to the request of Commissioner for Human Rights of the Ukrainian Parliament Lyudmyla Denisova, the Commissioner advised this on Facebook.
‘Tetiana Moskalkova claimed that the health condition of Oleg hasn’t deteriorated. He is kept injecting internal entries, and also providing the supporting mixture. Once again, Oleg rejected the hospitalization to the Labytnangi City Hospital. He is allegedly referring to the absence of an illness and the satisfactory conditions and treatment in the medical facility of the colony. Although, we all know the real reason for his refusal. Since he is treated awfully in the hospital. He is not provided a proper medical aid and being psychologically pressed. Sadly, that once more I have received a detailed information regarding the health condition of Oleg Sentsov and the other political prisoners with corresponding confirming documents,’ Denisova claimed.
Also, the Ombudsman added that Moskalkova refused to facilitate the release of the political prisoners since it is outside her jurisdiction.
‘Concerning the matter of the prompt exchange of the political prisoners, which I keep stressing on, Moskalkova once more claimed that she does not have such authority,’ Denisova reported.
Reportedly, earlier, the chief doctor of the hospital was threatening Sentsov to tie him up and forcibly inject with medicines and artificial nutrition.