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Sentsov's condition is stable and unchanged, - lawyer

Earlier, Moskalkova claimed that the political prisoner is in a satisfactory condition, but there are still concerns
20:00, 29 June 2018

Wall Street Journal

The condition of Oleg Sentsov, a political prisoner remains stable. Dmytro Dinze claimed this on his page on Facebook. 

'Sentsov is yet stable and unchanged,' he said. 

Reportedly, Oleg Sentsov, a Ukrainian filmmaker was falsely imprisoned in the Russian Federation and sentenced to 20 years of the colony. Oleg declared indefinite hunger strike on May 14. His main requirement is to liberate all Ukrainian political prisoners in Russian penitentiary systems.   

Lyudmyla Denisova, the Ukranian ombudsman assumes that he is being force-fed, because of the absence of accurate information on Sentsov's condition. 

Related: Secretary-General of European Council urges to release Sentsov

She claimed that Sentsov is experiencing problems with heart and kidney on June 21. According to her, he has had a crisis on the 26th day of the strike. He ended up in the hospital outside the colony and he was force-fed.  

On June 26, Tatyana Moskalkova, the Russian ombudsman claimed that Sentsov refused to see doctors chosen by his attorney and relatives.  

Denisova has come to the colony where the Ukrainian is kept yesterday on June 28. Although, she wasn’t allowed to see him. Only in the evening, they accepted her application for the meeting with the political prisoner. 

Moskalkova visited Sentsov on that day and claimed he is in a satisfactory condition, but there are still concerns.

Related: Ukraine is ready to exchange 23 Russian prisoners for 23 Ukrainians, - ombudswoman

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