Human rights activists told about the health condition of Stanislav Klykh in the Russian camp

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In Russia, the lawyer Roman Kachanov was allowed to visit Stanislav Klykh, a political prisoner who was illegally detained in the colony. This was reported by a Russian human rights activist, a member of the “Ural Human Rights Group” Tatiana Schur.

This is reported by Ukrayinsky Tyzhden.

“Roman Kachanov is the first person in the last years who shook hands with Stanislav. Any visitors to him, excluding his mother, of course, only talked with him through the glass. Access to a lawyer to Stanislav was completed within an hour, communication lasted 3 hours” – the message informs.

According to Schur, Klykh’s health was satisfactory, but he complained of leg pain and suspects bone tuberculosis. In addition, after talking with Klykh, the lawyer had the impression that he was suffering from a mental disorder.

It is noted that Klykh wrote a series of statements, including a request for a meeting with a psychologist. The human rights defender also said that he is currently in a separate cell.

Source: Ukrayinsky Tyzhden