Moscow Ombudsman spoke about the status of seafarers

Московский омбудсмен рассказала о состоянии моряков

One of the wounded sailors has injuries on both legs. He moves in kottlach. According to the Ombudsman, prisoners “look normal”.

Moscow Ombudsman Tatyana Potyaeva on Tuesday, December 4, visited the Ukrainian sailors two in jail. This was reported by Ukrainian Commissioner for human rights Lyudmila Denisova on his page in Facebook.

In particular, the Moscow Ombudsman Tatyana Potyaeva talked with the wounded sailors in the detention center Matrosskaya Tishina. According to her, they receive the necessary treatment, medicines, they are provided with warm clothes and shoes.

“Two of them are already exercised. They have slight lesions of the hands, one of them damaged tendons. But, according to her, it will not lead to complications. The third prisoner wounded in both legs. He provided the means of transportation, crutches, and its camera is equipped for movement”, – stated in the message.

According to Putevoy, the Ukrainian military looks good.

“Complaints about the food, they did not. The only wish to replace the kettle shall be considered by the management of the institution where they are”, – is spoken in the message.

Potyaeva also visited prisoners in jail Lefortovo.

“The deterioration of their health status were observed. They also provided warm clothes,” – said in the message.

Russian Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova said Lyudmila Denisova, the Ukrainian Consul to visit them. However, according to the Ukrainian Consul, until that time, the official permission to visit from the Russian authorities he has not yet received. The communication with the relatives of the sailors, according to Moskalkova, this is only possible after completion of the investigation, which is now conducting “an investigator from Kerch”.

“Also will insist on giving me as Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on human rights, for permission to visit our prisoners,” wrote Denisov.

We will remind, the European court of human rights (ECtHR) partially satisfied the statement of Ukraine and obliged Russia to provide appropriate treatment of the wounded sailors, captured by Russia on 25 November in the Kerch Strait.

Earlier it was reported that the Crimean Tatars brought Ukrainians to the transfer, collected in the Crimea from 27th Nov.

 

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