"Sushchenko was allowed to make three phone calls to his relatives in Ukraine. His son Maksim will mark his 10th birthday on July 15. Now Roman will send him his greetings!" Feygin tweeted.
Read alsoLawyer Feygin hopes for international assistance in Sushchenko's caseAs UNIAN reported earlier, the Russian Federal Security Service on September 30 detained an Ukrinform correspondent Roman Sushchenko upon his arrival in Moscow, labeling him a "Ukrainian intelligence operative" who allegedly "deliberately collected classified information on activities of the armed forces and the national guard of the Russian Federation." Sushchenko was subsequently charged with espionage.
On June 16, he was assigned a psychiatric examination.