The procedures to properly finish Oleg Sentsov’s hunger strike are almost completed. TASS reported this referring to Valery Maksymenko, the Deputy Head of Russia’s Federal Prison Service, KrymRealii reports.
'He is fine, and the treatment is already over. Next week, we will conduct a consultation on his health condition. But basically, all the indicators are normal as for today; he returns to normal nutrition mode quite well,' Maksymenko said.
According to him, Sentsov eats normally, just like the other prisoners and works all days long.
'He is not seating, and not lying, he is working all days long and asks for paper all the time…He is writing books, scripts, and he answers the letters,' Maksymenko noted.
As Interfax news agency reported, referring to Maksymenko, over the past three weeks, Sentsov gained some 10 kg and almost returned to his normal weight he had before the hunger strike.
'He consumes normal food, with the recommendations of the doctors, and he is being examined regularly', the Deputy Head stated.
At the same time, the website of the Federal Penitentiary Service has no information of Sentsov’s returning back to normal nutrition mode.