Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov illegally held by the authorities of the aggressor country, the Russian Federation, who was a prisoner of Yakutsk, could translate in a colony of strict regime in the city of Irkutsk. This was reported Russian human rights activist and journalist Zoya Svetova on his page in Facebook.

“Oleg Sentsov in all probability moved from Yakutsk to Irkutsk the colony of strict regime,” she wrote.

Svetova reported that according to rumors, this IR-19. However, requests Russian journalists to find out information.

“For the past two days, the press service of the Federal penitentiary service refuses to confirm it. The PMC in the Irkutsk region also can not to check it out,” she writes.

In 2014, Sentsov was arrested in Crimea and transferred to a prison in Moscow: the FSB accused him of “preparing terrorist acts”. In 2015, the court sentenced him to 20 years in a strict regime. Accomplice Sentsova Russian investigators have made Pro-Ukrainian activist Oleksandr Kolchenko – he was given 10 years in a strict regime colony. In October 2016, Russia has denied Ukraine the results Sentsov, followed by Kol’chenko.

All charges are political prisoners call nonsense. Human rights organizations consider the verdict unfounded and politically motivated.

At the end of March 2017 the American branch of the international human rights organization of writers PEN International He was awarded the annual prize of the Barbara goldsmith, which is given to “prisoners of conscience”.

See also: In Yakutsk around the colony. hung a banner Free Sentsov




Sentsov may be in the colony in Irkutsk – Svetova 08.09.2017

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