Crimean Tatar activist Asanas Capouch, who is accused in the “case of Veggie porridge” and held in the Crimea, was transferred to city hospital No. 7 of the detention center of Simferopol.
This was reported by relatives of the accused, reports Crimea.Realities.
However, details about the health of Capua his family didn’t.
Recall, Crimean Tatar Asan Capouch held in the annexed Crimea, began a hunger strike demanding medical unit of the Simferopol SIZO to provide him with immediate medical attention.
After that, Parliament Commissioner for human rights Lyudmila Denisova said that the Crimean Tatar activist Asanas Capouch stopped the hunger strike. According to her, after six days of rejection power requirements Capucha on the submission of proper medical care authorities of Simferopol is not fulfilled and the inmate’s condition worsened.
As informed you earlier, the Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov, who has been on hunger strike in a Russian prison, refusing visits from family.