The prisoner says the quality of food he gets in prison is very bad and he suffers from nausea.
13:28, 24 May 2019
Ukrainian political prisoner Klykh in Russia feels worse over suspected cancer – acting health ministerKlykh wrote a letter from Russia.
11:33, 18 December 2018
An agreement had been reached for ombudspersons of both countries to visit Russian nationals who are imprisoned in Ukraine and Ukrainian citizens detained in Russia.
21:55, 16 June 2018
<p>Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh, who is serving a sentence in Verkhneuralsk prison in Russia's Chelyabinsk region, has to sleep on the floor because of uncomfortable bedding, complains of bad food and hopes for a swap and return to Ukraine as soon as possible.</p>
12:29, 18 December 2017
<p>Ukrainian political prisoner in Russia Stanislav Klykh fell into a coma after he was taken to a psychiatric hospital in Magnitogorsk, according to the TV news service TSN.</p>
13:38, 10 November 2017
<p>The Russian Memorial Human Rights Center (HRC) has updated the list of political prisoners in Russia, according to the center's website.</p>
11:45, 31 October 2017
<p>Mother of Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh, who is illegally kept in Russia, says her son feels bad, being mentally and physically exhausted, according to Ukraine's humanitarian envoy to the Trilateral Contact Group on the Donbas settlement Iryna Gerashchenko.</p>
02:15, 18 October 2017
<p>Mothers of Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh and captive Russian contracted soldier Viktor Ageyev have jointly appealed to the presidents of Russia and Ukraine via a video clip recorded in Kyiv by a Novaya Gazeta reported Pavel Kanygin, after Svetlana Ageyeva was allowed to visit her son.</p>
09:00, 28 July 2017