The current location of the Ukrainian is unknown
“I want to turn to Poroshenko: when Nadiya Savchenko was there, the whole world fought for her, while nobody cares about these children..."
Stanislav Klykh was visited by a local lawyer in the SIZO-3 of Chelyabinsk
Current whereabouts of Mykola Karpyuk are unknown
The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation has upheld the verdict in the case of Ukrainian citizens Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klykh
Klykh is accused of insulting prosecutor Sulumbek Yunusov
Russia has not responded to request yet
Both Ukrainians signed a statement to appeal against the court's decision
Trial of Ukrainians is about to complete in Chechnya this week
Ukrainian Ombudsperson Lutkovska has appealed to her Russian colleague Moskalkova with a request to promote the effective investigation into tortures against Ukrainian citizen Mykola Karpyuk
The Supreme Court of Chechnya in Grozny has found Ukrainians Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klykh guilty of crimes committed during the Chechen war
A key witness for the prosecution in the case of Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klykh, Oleksandr Malofeyev, could not fight in Chechnya in 2000 as he was serving sentence in a prison then
A criminal case over insulting an official has been opened against Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh in Chechnya
The witnesses for defense in the case of Ukrainian political prisoners Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klykh were nearly detained in Chechnya
The court in Grozny dismissed the appeal against extension of custodial term of citizens of Ukraine Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav Klykh
Stanislav Klykh is being daily given unknown medicines, which have an impact on his behavior
The activists will appeal to the UN to draw attention to the fates of political prisoners in Russia
According to his lawyer, Stanislav Klykh disrupted two court hearings
The lawyers are looking for the people who talked to the Ukrainians during the so-called "New Year's storming" of Grozny on December 31, 1994
Thanks to the efforts of the European Court of Human Rights, the lawyers of Klykh received the outpatient registration log book and the medical records of Klykh
October 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the Chechen Republic continued consideration of the criminal case. The Ukrainian Consul visited Ukrainians in jail after the court hearing.
Ukrainian Stanislav Klykh, detained in Russia, was tortured in the first months after his arrest.
The lawyer recalled that a series of trials of citizens of Ukraine would soon be held in Russia