The North-Caucasian District Court of Rostov-on-Don has sentenced Ukrainian political prisoner Pavlo Hryb, accused of forcing Russian Tatyana Yershova to terrorist attack, to six years in prison. This is reported by Hromadske Radio.
"To find Pavlo Hryb guilty and sentence him to 6 years of imprisonment in standard regime penal colony", - the judge said.
The verdict was passed to Pavlo in the same court where two more Ukrainian political prisoners were tried - Oleg Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko.
Pavlo is now 20 years old.
In August 2017, Ukrainian officer Ihor Hryb announced the abduction of his son by the special services of the Russian Federation in Belarus. According to him, the FSB lured Pavlo to Gomel under the guise of meeting a girl, where he was detained.
Later it turned out that 20-year-old Pavlo Hryb, who disappeared in Belarusian Gomel, is under the control of the Russian FSB in Krasnodar. He was accused of terrorism in Russia.