'Moscow's best nutritionists have developed a special diet for him so that he could return to the normal nutrition mode,' Maksimenko said.
The Ukrainian side has not yet commented on this information.
Earlier today, Russian envoy for human rights Tatyana Moskalkova said that Sentsov was 'in a stable condition;' according to her, his treatment program was amended, after the recent examination several days ago.
Oleg Sentsov announced a hunger strike in May 2018. His major demand is to release Ukrainian political prisoners who became the political prisoners of the Kremlin.