The European Union urged Russia to provide the necessary treatment to Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov and release all illegally detained citizens of Ukraine. This is said in the statement of the speaker of the European Foreign Policy Service, reports Hromadske.
“According to reports, Sentsov’s health is rapidly deteriorating. We expect that Russia will provide him with the necessary treatment under qualified medical facilities in accordance with the previous judgment of the European Court of Human Rights of July 25,” the statement said. The document also notes that the European Union expects that international standards in the field of human rights will be respected on the Crimean peninsula. In addition, the EU requires immediate release of Ukrainian citizens illegally detained in Russia and the Crimean peninsula.