Feedback
Ukrainian consuls sees political prisoner Gryb: his health deteriorating
17:42, 20 November 2017
Ukrainian consuls sees political prisoner Gryb: his health deteriorating

The Consul was given only seven minutes to see the detained teenager, not allowed to speak Ukrainian or hand over medicine

17:42, 20 November 2017

Kommersant

Today a Ukrainian consul in Russia visited political prisoner Pavlo Gryb, as the detainee’s father writes on Facebook.

The detention center officials gave only seven minutes for the meeting, and the interlocutors weren’t allowed to speak Ukrainian. The consul brought medicine for the teenager whose health is in poor condition and getting worse in detention, but it wasn’t allowed through.

Related: Court refuses to release Pavlo Gryb under house arrest

Pavlo Gryb’s body is covered in ulcers, which are the sign of his medical condition getting worse without the proper medication.

As it was reported earlier, 19-years old Pavlo Gryb got lost in Belarus on August 24. The young man was later found at a prison in Krasnodar, Russia. He told a Russian lawyer that he had been kidnapped in Belarus and brought to Russia, where he is accused preparing a terrorist attack on a Russian school. The Ukrainian's lawyer said that Gryb was arrested in Russia in absentia

Pavlo's father said that the teenager needs proper medication, as otherwise, the consequences could be fatal. The ECHR demanded that Russia give an account of Gryb’s health and let Ukrainian doctors see him, but Russian authorities refused the latter, thus violating the court’s decision №ECHR-LE2.3R.

Related: Russian court to sentence Ukrainian journalist Sushchenko to 20 years in prison

Topics:
Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

Comments
see more