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Ukraine’s Ombudsman calls Russia to locate political prisoner Klykh
17:52, 28 August 2017
Ukraine’s Ombudsman calls Russia to locate political prisoner Klykh

In her letter Lutkovska asked her Russian counterpart to trace the whereabouts of Ukrainian political prisoner and report on reasons of his hospitalization, the state of his health

17:52, 28 August 2017

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Ukrainian Ombudsman Valeriya Lutkovska called on her Russian counterpart Tatyana Moskalkova to establish the whereabouts of Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh. This was reported by the press service of the Ukraine’s Ombudsman.

“These days we received information that Ukrainian citizen Stanislav Klykh who serves his sentence in Chelyabinsk region was hospitalized for examination or treatment. At the same time, both relatives and lawyer don’t know to which hospital he was transferred, for what purpose and for how long,” the message says.

In her letter Lutkovska asked her Russian counterpart to trace the whereabouts of Ukrainian political prisoner and report on reasons of his hospitalization, the state of his health. 

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Ombudsman press service reminded that Lutkovska earlier addressed Russia on human rights protection of Stanislav Klykh. In particular, she asked for medical examination (psychiatric examination), and during the personal meeting - about the transfer of Stanislav Klykh to the penitentiary institution located as close as possible to the border with Ukraine, so that relatives can visit him.

As it was reported earlier the illegally convicted in Russia Ukrainian prisoner Klykh was transferred from prison to hospital. The lawyer noted that it is not known in what particular institution is Stanislav Klykh.

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