“The consuls say that Pavlo is very pale, he keeps complaining about his bad state of health, serious pain in the stomach, overall weakness, weight loss (I don’t know how one can get any skinnier). Apparently, some medicine was bought for Pavlo’s money, but he is not allowed to take it because the doctor at the detention centre finds it feasible. Pavlo was taking a combination of medicine all his life, so it is vitally needed for him! And the prison doctor is against it! No medical help at all,” he wrote.
As it was reported earlier, 19-years old Pavlo Gryb got lost in Belarus on August 24. The young man was later found at a prison in Krasnodar, Russia. He told a Russian lawyer that he had been kidnapped in Belarus and brought to Russia, where he is accused of preparing a terrorist attack on a Russian school.
It has been repeatedly stressed by the Ukrainian side that Gryb needs medication or his life would be under threat, but Russia repeatedly disregarded the appeals, even the one from the European Court for Human Rights.