Ukrainian doctors arrived in Russia to examine Pavlo Hryb

Ukrainian doctors arrived in Russia to examine Pavlo Hryb

Ukrainian doctors have arrived in the Russian Federation to examine Pavlo Hryb, the 19-year-old citizen of Ukraine, who was abducted from the territory of Belarus in late August and is now being held in a remand prison in Krasnodar.

This was reported by the press service of the Ukrainian Health Ministry.

"Ukrainian doctors arrived in the Russian Federation to examine Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb, who is kept in a remand prison in Krasnodar," the report reads.

Pavlo Hryb, who was abducted from Belarus in late August and taken to Russia, has been held in a pre-trial detention center in Krasnodar for over a month and is deprived of the necessary medical assistance.

In order to prevent the deterioration of his health condition, Ukraine decided to send its doctors to Russia and to urge immediately give them the opportunity to examine the detainee.

As reported, on August 27, a Ukrainian citizen and a former border guard officer, Ihor Hryb, appealed to the Ukrainian Embassy in Minsk with a statement that his son, Pavlo, born in 1998, disappeared in Belarus.

On August 24, the young man left Chernihiv for Gomel and disappeared there. Ihor Hryb initially searched for his son in Belarus independently. Police representatives in Gomel reported that his son had been placed on the wanted list by the FSB of the Krasnodar Krai of Russia under an article "terrorist act."


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