Convicted in Crimea, Ukrainian activist Volodymyr Baluh decided to stop the hunger strike and wrote the last will in case of physical or mental death. This is stated in the appeal of Baluch, write “Crimea. Realia”. His letter, dated October 8, read out at the press conference in Kyiv by the Archbishop of the UOC KP Clement. 

“Using the last chance to find at least a crack in the punitive system of the invader… I decided to stop hunger,” Baluch wrote. On October 3, the so-called “Supreme Court” of the occupied Crimea softened the sentence for a Ukrainian activist Volodymyr Baluh up to 4 years and 11 months of the colony and 10 thousand rubles a fine.

The Russian investigation accused Baluch of storing weapons. He says he has suffered repression through a pro-Ukrainian position, in particular – through the flag of Ukraine, who was in the courtyard of his house.

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