Pavlo Hryb’s Medications Missing After Prison Transfer
Hryb was being transferred from the prison in Rostov to the one in Krasnodar
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Ihor Hryb, father of Ukrainian political prisoner Pavlo Hryb, said that all medications that were passed to Pavlo, have disappeared during the prison transfer, hromadske.ua reports.
“During the preliminary prison transfer from Rostov to Krasnodar, all medications that we passed to Pavlo, have disappeared. Now we will have to buy medications again, and again ask to pass them. Everything is done to complicate Pavlo’s imprisonment,” Ihor Hryb said.
Ihor Hryb added that the convoy should have passed the medications during the prison transfer. He also confirmed that court hearings were postponed to Nov. 6 due to absence of translator.
Pavlo Hryb was abducted in Gomel, Belarus, on Aug. 24 of last year. His father said he had gone there to meet with a young woman from Sochi who he had met online.
But on Sept. 7, 2017, it became known that Hryb was in the detention center in Krasnodar. Russian authorities accuse Hryb of terrorism.
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