Ukraine Ombudsperson told Vyshynsky had not complained of bad condition of detention
Verkhovna Rada human rights commissioner Lyudmyla Denisova told that Kyrylo Vyshynsky, director of RIA Novosti-Ukraine charged with high treason had not filed any complaint of bad conditions of his detention. Denysova wrote it in her Facebook page, as to Interfax-Ukraine. On March 19th, a employee of the Department of national preventive mechanism of the secretariat of the human rights commissioner visited Vyshinsky in custody. “As to results of this verification, it was established the unit where Vyshinsky was detained was lightened (two windows), electrifies and clean, had centralized heat supply, and water supply”. IMI informed Vyshinsky lawyer told that his client is held in a ward with several other suspects in very bad conditions, they have no electricity, the bunk beds are broken, and they have no mattress. March 14th, Kyrylo Vyshynsky, charged withn high treason director of RIA-Novyny-Ukraine news agency is sent to Kyiv for trial, as to Interfax-Ukraine citing his lawyer Andriy Domansky. Vyshynsky is to attend the trial in the criminal court of review of Supreme court on March 20th, as to Domansky. The hearing is to examine Vyshynsky’s camplaint over illegality of his detention on May 2018. Later on, the Podilsky disctrict court in Kyiv is to examine his criminal indictment that the Office of public prosecutor of Crimea referred to Kyiv on March 6.
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