Russian ombudsman visits "Ukrainian saboteur" Shtyblikov in Omsk

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ombudsman discussed with the prisoner the conditions of his detention in the colony
17:19, 16 June 2018

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On Saturday, June 16, human rights commissioner for Russia Tatyana Moskalkova visited the "Ukrainian saboteur" Dmitry Shtyblikov in Omsk. This was reported in the press service of the Russian ombudsman.

"In Omsk, Tatyana Moskalkova, the human rights ombudsman in the Russian Federation, together with the Acting Consul-General of the Consulate of Ukraine in Novosibirsk, Oleg Finogenov, visited Dmitry Shtyblikov, who is serving a sentence in the penal colony No. 6 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for Omsk Region," the report said.

It is noted that during the meeting the Russian ombudsman discussed with the prisoner the conditions of detention, in particular the possibility and quality of medical care.

"Dmitriy Shtyblikov is one from the list provided by the Ukrainian Ombudsman. According to preliminary agreements, it is from the visit of this prisoner that a program of mutual visits to the citizens of Russia and Ukraine being in prison should begin," the press service of Moskalkova added.

We recall, the Human Rights Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Lyudmila Denisova and her Russian counterpart, Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova agreed to meet in Moscow on June 18.

Moskalkova said that the meeting would take place in her office. The parties intend to discuss the conditions for visits to prisoners detained in Russia and Ukraine.

Denisova reported that she plans first of all to visit the Ukrainian political prisoners Oleg Sentsov, Alexander Kolchenko, Stanislav Klykh, Mykola Karpyuk, Roman Sushchenko and Resul Velilyaev in the Russian Federation.

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