The Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for human rights Valeria Lutkovska appealed to the Russian Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova with a request to establish the whereabouts of Ukrainian Stanislav Klikh, sentenced in Russia to 20 years of penal colony for alleged participation in the Chechen war.
This is stated in the press service of the Ukrainian Ombudsman.
Recently appeared information about the fact that Klich, who is serving a sentence in the Chelyabinsk region, was transferred to a hospital for examination or treatment. However, neither his lawyer nor the prisoner’s relatives do not know where it was transferred Klich.
In his letter to Lutkovska asked the Russian colleague to say where the Ukrainian, what are the reasons for his hospitalization and his health.
October 26, 2016, the Supreme court rejected the appeal of lawyers of the Ukrainians Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klikh the sentence imposed by the court of Chechnya. The lawyers of the Ukrainians petitioned for the abolition of the terrible verdict which sentenced Klich to 20 years of imprisonment, and Karpyuk – to 22 and a half years.
The indictment stated that the Karpuk led the squad «Viking», who fought against the Russian army in Chechnya. Supposedly his subordinate Klich 22 years ago he personally killed four Russian soldiers and former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the former squad, shooting at the Russians from a Kalashnikov for about 10 times.
Both Ukrainian all accusations categorically deny. According to them, they have never been in Chechnya and did not participate in the fighting.
Lawyers Klich has repeatedly said that his mental state is unstable due to the torture which was applied to him during interrogation.
December 30, 2016, lawyer At Dokka Klich said that as a convicted Ukrainian deteriorating. In early March of this year, Novikov said that Klich was transferred to a prison in Verkhneuralsk, Chelyabinsk region.
Lutkovska asking Moskalkova to help find Klich 28.08.2017