SEVASTOPOL / AK-YAR (QHA) -

Crimean Vladimir Dudka who was arrested by the occupants in the so-called "Crimean saboteurs" case, stated in the court that he and other detainees were not provided the necessary medical care in the Simferopol detention center, the "Crimean Human Rights Group" reported on Facebook.

According to human rights activists, the detainee complains of the cold and drafts in the prison, which resulted in exacerbating of his chronic diseases. Moreover, Vladimir Dudka said that the transfer of necessary medicines was detained for a month.

Defender of Vladimir Dudka forwarded a lawyer's request to the prison infirmary on the health of his client, but received no response.

January 26, 2017 the "Sevastopol City Court" held a hearing. The Court dismissed the appeal on the decision of the "Leninsky District Court of Sevastopol" and remanded Vladimir Dudka in custody until March 8, 2017.

Earlier QHA reported that November 9, FSB officers detained the so-called "subversive and terrorist group operating on the instructions of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence" in the city of Sevastopol.

Later it turned out that the "Ukrainian saboteurs" the occupiers detained in Crimea, were the experts of the analytical center "Nomos" Dmitry Shtyblikov and Aleksey Bessarabov, as well as intelligence veteran Vladimir Dudka.

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