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Ukraine’s ombudswoman: Russian colleague to pass medical reports on Sentsov, Balukh health today

Irreparable harm caused to the health: it is difficult for Sentsov to get out of bed
12:19, 12 September 2018

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Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Lyudmyla Denisova held the conversation with her Russian colleague Tatiana Moskalkova during which it was promised to provide the medical reports on the health state of Ukrainian political prisoners Oleg Sentsov and Volodymyr Balukh as Denisova reported on Facebook.

“The documents will be signed by the independent experts in the healthcare system after the full examination of guys who are starving for 121 and 177 days respectively,” Denisova wrote.

Moreover, the information appeared that the prisoners of Rostov remand center can be transferred to Crimea. As that cannot happen, Denisova asked Russian ombudswoman to check this information and confirm or refute it as soon as possible.

“Server Zekiriaev, Seiran Saliev and Timur Ibragimov. They are detained in Simferopol remand center. The parents have not seen their sons, the wives their husbands for a year. So, I asked Russia’s ombudswoman to promote these meetings,” Denisova wrote.

Recently, Sentsov’s lawyer stated on the deterioration of his condition. He has a very low hemoglobin, which led to anemia, as well as a very low pulse. Oleg has a bad heart, he was asked twice to be taken to a hospital. Ukrainian becomes weaker, it’s hard to get up out of bed for him, though the warders are feeding him with nutrient mixtures.

Also, it was reported that the state of health of Ukrainian political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh detained in occupied Crimea is really bad and he takes painkillers.

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