Lyudmyla Denisova, Ukrainian Ombudsman, sent letters to Mikhail Fedotov, the Chairman of the Russian Presidential Council for Society and Human Rights, with a request to inform her about the condition of the Ukrainian political prisoners, as she wrote on Facebook.
Denisova asks Fedotov to give the information about Stanislav Klykh, Emir-Usein Kuku, Volodymyr Balukh and Pavlo Gryb and facilitate the process of providing them with the necessary medical assistance.
Stanislav Klykh was again transferred to a mental hospital in Magnitohorsk.
“According to the information I have, Stanislav did not give permission for hospitalization, but he was forcibly treated with unknown medication. Therefore, I asked to inform about the reasons of his transfer to the specified medical facility, his treatment providing the relevant documents and to inform about his health condition,” the Ombudsman wrote.
Lyudmyla Denisova has sent a similar appeal concerning Emir-Usein Kuku, who announced termless hunger strike, and Volodymyr Balukh, who has been on a hunger strike 117. She wrote that his health condition is worsening rapidly.
“I informed Mikhail Fedotov that during the prison transfer the Ukrainian Pavlo Gryb was savagely beat by other prisoners. It became known that Pavlo suffers from headaches and weakness, he does not receive medicines. ”Therefore, I ask to provide him with medical assistance and personal security for Hryb and other Ukrainians kept in Russia,” Denisova wrote.
Earlier, the press office of the Russian Presidential Council for Society and Human Rights reported that the health condition of Sentsov remains satisfactory.