Mother of the political prisoner Stanislav Klykh, detained in Russia, lost weight and completely exhausted. Tamara Klykh said that after her meeting with her son in the Russian prison, according to Iryna Gerashchenko's Facebook page.
“Tamara Ivanovna Klykh has just returned back from visitation with her son, Stanislav Klykh, who is illegally detained in the Russian prison. She is crying, because her son feels bad, he is exhausted both psychologically and physically, he lost a lot of weight,” Gerashchenko writes.
According to her, Tamara Klykh urges to put the most efforts for early release of her son.
“Releasing hostages and political prisoners is a key priority that Ukrainian authority insists on. This is really terrible, there was not a single release within the last year,” Gerashchenko added.
As we reported earlier, Klykh was transferred to a hospital from the prison. As it became known a few days later, he was held in the hospital of Magnitogorsk. The reason of his repositioning to the hospital was still unknown, the diagnosis was not informed to the relatives. Neither the lawyer nor the relatives had the information on the exact medical institution where Klykh was transferred, neither the aim nor the period.
On September 5, the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia Tatiana Moskalkova reported that Stanislav Klykh was under treatment in the psychiatric hospital. On September 8 Stanislav was returned to the prison in Verkhneuralsk.