Three of the wounded Ukrainian sailor – Andrew Artemenko, Vasiliy Soroka and Andrew Adair – written native emails.
This was stated by Russian Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova, quotes its Parliament Commissioner for human rights Lyudmila Denisova in Facebook.
“Had a phone conversation with the Commissioner for human rights of the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova. She spoke about the conditions of detention of prisoners of war Andrew Drach and Novel Mokryak, who visited in Lefortovo prison… his name openly internally the prison accounts, in which 500 rubles, it will be replenished. Guys can also write and receive letters in the mail”, – said the Ukrainian Ombudsman.
Denisov added that, according to Moskalkova, sailors keep separately in cells with an area of eight square meters for two people in a refurbished wing of the prison. They have TVs, linen is changed every third day, provided necessary hygiene.
“Nutrition, the Russian Ombudsman assured that they are well fed, everyone in the house has a refrigerator with products. All three – Andrew Artemenko, Vasiliy Soroka and Andrew Adair wrote native e-mails, and they, according to the Russian Ombudsman, internally open a prison account, which will be replenished with money,” – said Denisov.
Earlier it was reported that the evening of 26 November the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported the Decree of the President Poroshenko on the introduction of martial law in several areas, for a period of 30 days from 28 November 2018. The President noted that he did not intend to carry out a full or partial mobilization. This measure is tied to an act of aggression in the sea of Azov on 25 November 2018 in relation to the crews of the three Ukrainian ships.