Balukh’s Health Stable Since End of Hunger Strike
He likely has ulceration or pancreatitis
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Ukrainian activist Volodymyr Baluch, who was illegally detained and imprisoned in annexed Crimea, and later transmitted to the Kerch colony No.2, is in stable health.
“There are no threats to the life of Volodymyr Balukh now,” the Deputy Head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Czhiygoz said to the Crimea.Realities
Earlier, Baluch decided to halt his hunger strike. According to his lawyer, Dmitry Dinze, after 200 days of self-imposed starvation, Balukh likely has ulceration or pancreatitis however.
Baluch was detained by the Russian FSB in December 2016. Baluch had had a Ukrainian flag in the courtyard of his house in Russian-occupied Crimea.
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