MAGNITOGORSK (QHA) -

Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh is kept at the Regional Psychiatric Prison Hospital in Magnitogorsk, RF, Russian human rights activist Tatyana Shchur informed on her Facebook page.

According to her, Stanislav Klykh is under the effect of sedatives. The Kremlin prisoner himself said that he was being "vaccinated." The Ukrainian complained that the warders took his letters from mother away, without allowing to read them properly.  

Stanislav Klykh is also rarely taken out for walks. Exhausted in the dungeons of Russian prisons and traumatized, he asks to give him some of children's adventure literature.

“It is clear that firstly - an objective examination by independent specialists is needed. Secondly - to admit the Commissioner for Human Rights from Ukraine and a psychiatrist of international level to him. And most importantly - to send him home immediately,” wrote the Russian human rights activist.

Earlier, Lyudmila Denisova, the Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Human Rights, applied to the Ombudsperson of the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova with the request to assist in conducting an independent medical examination of the illegally sentenced Stanislav Klykh in Russia.

Previously, Gennady Afanasyev, one of the accused in the case of the so-called "terrorists of the Sentsov group", said that the Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh was tortured in Chechnya.

Reference:  May 26, 2016 the Supreme Court of Chechnya sentenced Klykh to 20 years in prison. Special services seized him in the Russian city of Orel, where Klyh was lured by a girl, who made him "confess" that he allegedly fought on the side of insurgents in Chechnya and saw Arseniy Yatsenyuk there.

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