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Personnel Of Russian Remand Prison Force Ukrainian Citizen Hryb To Take Harmful Medications

Personnel Of Russian Remand Prison Force Ukrainian Citizen Hryb To Take Harmful Medications

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Russia, remand prison, Pavlo Hryb, medications, harm

Ihor Hryb, the father of Ukrainian citizen Pavlo Hryb arrested in Russia, says the personnel of the remand prison in Krasnodar force his 19-year-old son to take medications that are harmful to him.

Ihor Hryb wrote this on Facebook, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

"It appears there is pressure on Pavlo regarding taking medications subscribed by a doctor of the remand prison without understanding of the illness (the medications are contraindicative, he feels worse after them). Refusal to take the medications subscribed by the doctor of the remand prison can be seen by the administration as violation of the rules and entail disciplinary responsibility," he wrote following the meeting of the Ukrainian general consul in Rostov-on-Don with Pavlo Hryb.

According to Ihor Hryb, the meeting of the general consul of Ukraine with Pavlo Hryb in presence of deputy director of the remand prison was filmed. They were prohibited from speaking in Ukrainian.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine urges international partners to toughen pressure on Russia following the prolongation by a Russian court of detention of 19-year-old citizen of Ukraine Pavlo Hryb, captured by Russian special forces in the territory of the Republic of Belarus, until January 4, 2018.

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