Factory District Court in Grozny found Stanislav Klyh guilty of insulting the public prosecutor and sentenced him to 240 hours of compulsory labor, which was replaced with a month of imprisonment in the colony.
“Thus, the prison term of 20 years was extended for another month, and the "Chechen case" of the Ukrainian political prisoners Mikalai Karpyuk and Stanislav Klyh becomes the most long-termed in the sentence. According to the lawyer Ilya Novikov, if the defense appeals on the sentence, the escorting will take place right after the New Year,” the journalist Anton Naumlyuk said.
Earlier QHA reported that Stanislav Klyh and Nikolai Karpyuk are illegally held in Russia. The Ukrainian Consulate in Rostov-on-Don assisted in collecting and forwarding all the necessary documents for an appeal in the European Court of Human Rights.