The Kremlin received the letter mother. to pardon son

The Kremlin received the letter mother. to pardon son

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The condition of Sentsov is very deteriorated.

The Kremlin received the letter asking pardon of political prisoner Oleg Sentsov.

This Russian journalist Alexei Venediktov said on Twitter.

The Kremlin received the letter to the mother of Oleg Sentsov pardon

— Alexey Venediktov (@aavst) August 9, 2018.

This letter was written by the mother of a prisoner.

It became known that the state of the Ukrainian political prisoner Oleg Sentsov, who is nearly two month hunger strike in a Russian prison, is very deteriorated. Denisov requires the aircraft to deliver Sentsov in the hospital in Moscow. The end of hunger strike, she said, is much more dangerous than the process of starvation.

As the world is demanding the release of Oleg Sentsov

Recall, 25 August 2016 the Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment in a strict regime colony. He was accused in Russia of preparing to commit terrorist acts in Simferopol, Sevastopol and Yalta. May 14, 2018 Sentsov announced an indefinite hunger strike. The only condition for termination is the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners who are on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Sentsov refused to ask Putin for pardon. According to his lawyer, he has a very low pulse, anaemia and heart problems, but the hunger strike to refuse he is not going to.

Videodevice of US turned to Ivanka trump with a request to help to release Oleg Sentsov

Oleg Sentsov is on hunger strike for 88 days. About Oleg Sentsov remember not only in Ukraine, worries about the state Director and the little girl in faraway America. Girl of Ukrainian origin, who now lives in new York, he turned to Ivanka trump with a request to help liberate Ukrainian Director.

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