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Sushchenko wrote a letter from Russia

04.01.2017, 17:21

Ukrinform journaloist in Paris, Roman Sushchenko, who illegally held in Lefortovo prison in Moscow, welcomed colleagues with New Year and Christmas. He sent greeting card and letter to Ukrinform.

"May the coming year bring Ukraine peace and stability, confidence and well-being at your home, good events and interesting companions. Health to you all. Thank you for your support, "- Roman Sushchenko wrote in the postal card, dated 12/12/16.

Journalist described his being in prison, he thanked colleagues for their support and expressed hope for a quick meeting in the letter. "I thank you wholeheartedly for your support and for all your help, in different ways, to me and my family," - Sushchenko wrote.
According to him, news, letters from colleagues, personal letters are "very encouraging, add strength and allow me to focus not on bars and chains, but on the sun and the blue sky, the future of the country and the people."
Roman Sushchenko added that he is reading a lot of Ukrainian books, mostly classics whose works remained in the prison library since Soviet times.

To support Roman Sushchenko in "Lefortovo" - write him a letter and send to:
111116, Moscow, Lefortovsky val, 5 FSI Detention N2 PFS
 Russia, Sushchenko Roman Vladymyrovych (1969 year of birth).

N.B. In correspondence person must comply with the instructions specified: letters should be in Russian, text - politically neutral, indicate the year of birth and full name of the prisoner on the envelope. In addition, it is desirable to add to the letter a clean sheet of paper and an envelope.
You can write to Roman Sushchenko and other Ukrainian prisoners in Russia and the Crimea as part of New Year's marathon.

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