Roman Sushchenko, the Ukrainian journalist illegally detained in Russia passed new pictures to relatives as his daughter Yulia reported on Facebook.
The journalist used the ball pens, pencils, tea and onion skins to paint them.
One of the pictures shows Italian city Parma.
The lighthouse Ar Men situated in French Brittany is depicted at another drawing. According to Ukrinform, Sushchenko wrote that on the back of the picture that it was built on the reef of Ile de Sein Island during the low water line. Due to its isolation, the building of the lighthouse lasted for 14 years and the sailors call it ‘hellish hell’.
The political prisoner finished drawing the pictures in Lefortovo in August and December 2017 but they arrived only today.
The Moscow City Court extended the arrest of Roman Sushchenko, the Ukrainian journalist for two months until March 30, 2018, on January 24.
Suschenko was detained in September 2016 at an airport in Moscow. He was charged with espionage in favor of the Ukrainian intelligence. Since then, Sushchenko has been kept in jail. Ukraine has repeatedly appealed to the Russian Federation with a demand to immediately release the journalist.