Russian court extends arrest of Pavlo Gryb until May 4

Source : 112 Ukraine

The prosecutor argues that Pavlo is not ill; the detention facility refuses to accept or to register the complaints about his health
18:25, 2 March 2018


The Russian court in Krasnodar extended the arrest of illegally detained Pavlo Gryb for two months until May 4 as his father Ihor Gryb reported on Facebook.

‘Today’s decision of the Krasnodar district court is to keep Pavlo in the custody until May 4. The prosecutor argues that Pavlo is not ill, providing the medical notes with good results to the court and my son never had such notes’, Ihor Gryb claimed.

Related: Ukrainian illegally detained in Russia allowed to talk to Ukraine's consul

At the same time, the detention facility, where Gryb is kept, refuses to accept or to register the complaints about his health.

‘There is no response from the administration of the detention facility to all complaints of my son.  The medicines bought at my own expense are not given to him. The complaints of Pavlo about health, intense belly- and stomachache, general weakness are not registered. There is a constant moral coercion at him. The fight continues’, Gryb claimed.

Related: Russia refuses to let Ukrainian doctors visit Pavlo Gryb - again

As we reported the Ukrainian consuls are not allowed to the court session on the case of Pavlo Gryb. Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine called it the violation of all international norms and complete lawlessness.

As it was reported earlier Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb who is illegally detained in Russia isn’t allowed to take medicine, as his gather Ihor Gryb reported.

19-years old Pavlo Gryb got lost in Belarus on August 24. The young man was later found at a prison in Krasnodar, Russia. He told a Russian lawyer that he had been kidnapped in Belarus and brought to Russia, where he is accused of preparing a terrorist attack on a Russian school. 

Related: Life of Pavlo Gryb illegally detained in Russia is in danger, - his father

It has been repeatedly stressed by the Ukrainian side that Gryb needs medication or his life would be under threat, but Russia repeatedly disregarded the appeals, even the one from the European Court for Human Rights



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