Klimkin asks EU, G7 to send representatives to hearing of Hryb case in Russia

Klimkin asks EU, G7 to send representatives to hearing of Hryb case in Russia

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has said that Pavlo Hryb, who is illegally held in Russia, requires assistance and Ukraine demands that Russia grant Ukrainian doctors the access to the detainee.

"We demand that Russia provide Ukrainian doctors with access to Pavlo Hryb. This person needs assistance, and they are abusing him, disdaining his health and life," the minister wrote on Twitter.

Klimkin also said that Ukraine had asked the EU and G7 to send their representatives to a hearing of the Hryb case in Russia: "I have urgently asked the EU and G7 to send their representatives to the trial of Hryb tomorrow. The world should see the Russian pseudo-justice in action."

As reported, on November 7, a court will select a measure of restraint for Hryb in a videoconference on November 7. The detainee's relatives were allowed to attend the court hearing.

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