The life of Volodymyr Balukh, a Ukrainian domestic prisoner, who has been holding on to a craving strike in a annexed Crimea, is now in risk – since of a long-lasting starvation. Maryana Betsa, a mouthpiece of Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry posted this on Twitter.
‘Political calm V. Balukh has been starving for 80 days in a assigned Crimea. His life is in danger. We direct him to be released’, she wrote.
As it was reported earlier, a Russia-controlled Crimean justice scheduled for May 15 a justice hearing on a built rapist case against Ukrainian romantic Volodymyr Balukh, who has been starving in criticism for some-more than 55 days.
This rapist box is opposite Ukrainian (Article 321 of a Criminal Code of a Russian Federation) was non-stop in Aug 2017, after Balukh and his counsel filed a censure to a military about a bootleg actions of a conduct of a Rozdolnensky jail dungeon Valeriy Tkachenko, who angry and strike a Ukrainian.
In response, Tkachenko filed a censure opposite Balukh. According to Tkachenko, a Investigation Committee of a Russian Federation filed a rapist box opposite a romantic on Aug 22, 2017, a matter reads.