Released from a Russian prison Ukrainian prisoner from the Crimea Alexander Kostenko has a broken arm and it is difficult to say. About this on his page in Facebook wrote a representative of the Verkhovna Rada on human rights Lyudmila Denisova after a telephone conversation with Kostenko.
“Just got off the phone with Alexander Kostenko. He was very tired, to tell him hard. Says his arm is broken and he needs help. Thanked for caring. He will pass medical examination and all the necessary rehabilitation,” – said Denisov.
As reported, on August 3, the Ukrainian political prisoner from the Crimea Alexander Kostenko was released from Russian penal colony № 5 in the city of Kirovo-Chepetsk, Kirov region. He was accused of the fact that Kostenko allegedly during the Euromaidan protests in Kiev in February 2014 caused the injuries to the employee of the Crimean special forces “Berkut”. Also activist accused of illegal possession of weapons.
On the morning of 6 August, the first Vice-speaker of the Parliament, the representative of Ukraine at the talks in Minsk Irina Gerashchenko reported that Alexander Kostenko, together with Ukrainian diplomats crossed the Russian-Ukrainian border, and in the evening will be in Kiev.