Activist Mr Baluch located in the Simferopol prison despite poor health.
As reported in the comment «Crimea.The realities of the» coordinator of the Crimean human rights group Olga Skripnik, 17 January the activist was deteriorating kidney disease, but as of January 19, in the medical part of the activist was transferred.
«He received medical assistance, was put on a drip. Apparently, the exacerbation of renal disease. Baluch continues to be in jail. In the medical part of it and have not been transferred,» — said Skrypnyk.
The human rights activist also noted that the lawyer Baluja trying to visit his client to «find out and assess his state of health».
In late December, human rights activists reported that in the Crimean jail Baluch and the condition worsened, increased back pain, exacerbated chronic bronchitis.
The FSB in the Crimea detained Baluja the morning of 8 December 2016. According to his wife, the FSB came with searches to the village Serebryanka Razdolnensky district of the Crimea. The searches were carried out for four hours in the houses of Baloha and his mother. The FSB said that in the attic of the house where Baluch, found 90 rounds of ammunition and a few TNT blocks.
Mr Baluch became known for his open Pro-Ukrainian position. Krymchanin with the beginning of the Euromaidan hung the Ukrainian flag on his house. Several times he was detained by the occupying power.
In November he spoke about the warning of the head of her village Council because of a sign reading «vul. Geroyiv Nebesna Sun» (Rus.: «Street of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes») on his house.
On 9 December, the FSB raided Baluja home. According to the results, the FSB said that in the attic of the house where the farmer discovered 90 rounds and a few TNT blocks.
In the occupation «of the Razdolnensky district court» in the Crimea have repeatedly held meetings in the case of Baluga. In the last such meeting, the judge left Baluja detention until 5 February 2017.
Activist Baloha is not transferred to the hospital from the Crimean jail — human rights defenders 20.01.2017