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Ukraine’s Pavlo Gryb gets no medications in Russian jail

Source : 112 Ukraine

He bought them for his own money and yet he can’t get them; the family is concerned about his health, - father
10:58, 13 December 2017

Kommersant

Pavlo Gryb, the Ukrainian detained and illegally held in Russia has no access to the drugs he bought for his own money; the court wouldn’t let him use them. Pavlo’s father Ihor Gryb said that in his commentary for UNN news agency.

‘It’s been over three months, and we still don’t know what his actual condition is. They didn’t let Ukrainian doctors see him. Besides, according to our consuls, Pavlo just bought some medications for his own savings, but they don’t give him any,’ Ihor Gryb said.

According to him, the Russian doctors do not consider the previously diagnosed illnesses that Pavlo had. ‘They told us a wrong diagnosis… Well, let’s just say they claimed him healthy, and no disease puts his life in danger,’ Gryb said.

Related: Health status of Gryb is satisfactory, he gets treatment, - Russian ombudswoman

Related: Ukraine’s MFA again demands Russia to allow Ukrainian doctors to Gryb

Related: Ukrainian consuls sees political prisoner Gryb: his health deteriorating

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