Five Ukrainian prisoners of the Kremlin are in the Moscow Lefortovo detention center - Russian human rights activist
Five Ukrainian political prisoners of the Kremlin are held in the Moscow Lefortovo detention center – Volodymyr Balukh, Stanislav Klykh, Oleksandr Kolchenko, Pavlo Hryb and Mykola Karpyuk.
The information was provided by Russian human rights activist Victoria Ivleva, who, along with another human rights defender, Aleksei Bagantsev, visited Lefortovo to transfer products.
At the same time, Ivleva herself did not go inside the detention center, but only transferred five parcels.
I do not go inside the detention center, I don’t have such a right, but I don’t see any reason to receive parcels for people who are not in place. All we did was to transfer the parcels, and they were accepted. I think the rest is up to the lawyers,” Ivleva wrote.
Yesterday, August 19, lawyer Dmitry Dinze said that Volodimir Balukh was absent in the Butyrsky remand prison in Moscow. Before that, another lawyer for Balukh, Olga Dinze, stated that Balukh was transported from the Russian colony in Torzhok, Tver Region, to Moscow. She suggested that he could be transported either to Lefortovo or Butyrka.