Ukrainian director, the political prisoner of the Kremlin Oleg Sentsov wrote a will on his work in case of death. This was reported by his sister Natalia Kaplan on Facebook, writes Ukrainska Pravda.
Sentsov wrote to her a letter. In it, he told that he no longer believes that he could soon leave the Russian prison. “The fact that I would soon come out and we would all happily live in Kyiv, I do not believe in it, like in many other things, but that does not mean that I’m falling apart or going to be removed (apparently from hunger – author’s note) I did not give up in any case, I just do not believe in the happy end of this story”, Kaplan quotes Sentsov’s words.
In addition, he wrote about his state of health. “The condition I have is about the same: stable and scratchy, all the old special effects are now added hypoxia – a lack of oxygen in the organs, mainly the heart and brain. Fog in the head, everything rotates, the body, head and limbs dull. I can not cope with the oxygen supply of the body. Here I became advanced in medicine!”, Sentsov told. According to her, Oleg added that “he will try to hold on, although he is now living just by inertia.”
As it was reported, Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov, detained in May 2014, declared May 14, 2018, a hunger strike demanding release of all Ukrainians. In August 2015, the North Caucasus District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don sentenced him to 20 years in a strict regime colony on charges of preparing for a terrorist attack.