The state of health of the Ukrainian political prisoner in the occupied Crimea Vladimir Baloga very bad, he takes painkillers. This was after a meeting with Baluja in the detention center of Simferopol, said today, September 10, his lawyer Olga Dinze, reports “Crimean human rights group”.
“My client painful, he feels really bad. Vladimir suffers from a severe headache, he felt dizzy, sick, back and liver. He takes painkillers. The situation with the hunger strike remains unchanged”, she said.
We will remind, the Kremlin-controlled Supreme court of the occupied Crimea on 10 September did not satisfy the appeal complaint of the lawyer of Olga Dinze on the court’s refusal to parole Ukrainian activist Volodymyr Baluja.
July 5, Razdolnensky district court in Crimea has sentenced the Ukrainian political prisoner Vladimir Baloga to 5 years in a General regime colony and a fine of 10 thousand rubles. (about 4 thousand UAH) on charges of alleged illegal possession of ammunition. Human rights activists believe that his repression of Pro-Ukrainian position, in particular for the Ukrainian flag, which was hung in his backyard.
In protest, Baloch announced on 19 March 2018 indefinite hunger strike.
On the eve of the Russian government on the requirement of the European court of human rights provided information about the health of Vladimir Baloga. According to the Russian government, he is not starving.
In turn, in early September, the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for human rights, Lyudmila Denisova said that has information on the deterioration of the health of Baloha. “He continues to lose weight. He has severe pain in the liver and inflammation of the ear”, – Denisov wrote on his page in Facebook.