The Russians were forbidden to convey letters Sushchenko the President of Ukraine and the Minister of foreign Affairs

The Russian censorship did not miss letters from prison illegally detained in Russia Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko, which was addressed to Ukrainian government figures. This was stated by his lawyer mark Feigin, reports UKRINFORM.

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“Today was in jail at Roman Sushchenko. I learned that the censorship did not miss his letters sent by regular mail to the President Petro Poroshenko, foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Ukrainian Consul in Moscow Hennadiy Breskalenko. I don’t really understand the reasons why it is made, and any explanation I can not give. In my opinion, it infringes the rights of my client”, – said Feigin.

According to the lawyer Sushchenko, his client received hundreds of letters, however, conveyed only a part of them.

In this regard, Feigin said it will submit a complaint to the Russian Prosecutor General’s office.

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Recall, October 3, there was information about the arrest of Roman Sushchenko Lefortovo court for 2 months. Russian security forces claim that Sushchenko “purposefully collected the data making the state secret, on the activities of the Armed forces and National guard, the leak of which abroad could harm the defense of the state“. Against the Ukrainian opened a criminal case on charges of espionage.

Now the Ukrainian journalist detained for a period up to 30 April.