Russian doctors said that kidnapped by Russian special services of the Ukrainian Pavel no Fungus diseases, which “are a barrier to detention of suspects or accused of crimes of persons, prescribed by the legislation of the Russian Federation”. This is stated in the written reply of the Commissioner for human rights in Russia Tatiana Moskalkova who have published on the website of the Ukrainian Ombudsman Valeria Lutkovska.
According to the office of the Ombudsman of the Russian Federation, after bringing in the remand prison of Krasnodar Mushroom passed the examination and was taken on dispensary registration at the existing chronic diseases.
Also on September 18 in a local hospital he was examined for the presence of severe disease.
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The letter States that the presence of such diseases medical Commission of the political prisoner “was not installed”.
“Now the overall health of the Fungus is estimated by doctors as satisfactory, it is under the dynamic supervision of medical workers, gets assigned treatment in ambulatory conditions,” says Moskalkova.
According to her, preparations for the treatment of Ukrainians are “in accordance with the recommendations of doctors and their diseases”.
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28 August 2017 reserve officer Igor Grib reported that his 19-year-old son Paul in Gomel (Belarus) was kidnapped by the FSB of Russia. After a while of that found in the remand prison of Krasnodar. Russian authorities suspect him of “preparing terrorist acts on the territory of the Russian Federation”.
The court extended the arrest of the Fungus until January 4, 2018, and therefore the foreign Ministry expressed protest. October 24, the Fungus was found to Ukrainian Consul and said that the deteriorating state of the Ukrainian – because of the drugs that are prescribed by Russian doctors.