The Commissioner for human rights in the country-aggressor Russia Tatyana Moskalkova says that illegally held in a Moscow jail Lefortovo Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko does not complain about conditions of detention. This is stated in its letter to the Ukrainian Ombudsman Valeria Lutkovska.

In the document published by the press service of the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for human rights, it is noted that in the course of the audit allegedly Sushchenko “complaints about conditions of detention and complaints to the prison administration did not”.

According to Moskalkova, during his detention in Lefortovo Ukrainian was given nine meetings, eight of which employee of the consular Department of the Embassy of Ukraine in the Russian Federation and one with his wife.

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Also, the Russian Ombudsman says that Sushchenko transferred all incoming correspondence, including from the Ukrainian consulates in Paris and Moscow. In addition, the prisoner allegedly confirmed receipt in January 2017, four rooms of one of the Ukrainian publications and announced about signing him in March and April.


26 APR 2017 a court in Moscow has left the accused with espionage Sushchenko under arrest until the end of June. The Ukrainian lawyer mark Feygin has declared its intention to appeal the decision.

In Russia claim that Sushchenko not complain about the conditions in jail 12.05.2017

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