The court in the Russian Federation has prolonged the time in jail for 19-years old citizen of Ukraine Pavlo Hryb, captured by Russian special forces in the territory of the Republic of Belarus, until January 4, 2018. Father of the abducted son Ihor Hryb told this to journalists, Ukrainian News Agency reports. He also read out a letter from his son's Russian lawyer who informed that the state of health of the boy was not satisfactory as there were spontaneous external hemorrhages (bleeding). Russian medics ran tests and medical examination of Hryb, but the results are kept secret. Ukrainian doctors were not allowed to see Hryb. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs considered refusal of Russian authorities to allow Ukrainian doctors to visit Pavlo Hryb, who is kept in a pre-trial detention unit in Krasnodar (Russia), as knowingly harming his health. Mass-media speculated that Hryb might have been detained by Russian Federal Services and charged with terrorism. Hryb's father said his 19-years old son went to Gomel (Belarus) to meet a girlfriend who he had encountered in online social media. Later Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that Ukrainian citizen Pavlo Hryb, who had gone missing in the territory of Belarus, was found in a detention center in Krasnodar (Russia).