Tatyana Moskalkova, the human rights Ombudsman in Russia, visited Dmitry Shtyblikov, involved in the case of "Crimean saboteurs", who is serving a sentence in colony No. 6 in Omsk, the press service of the Russian official reported today, June 16.
The report says that the program of joint visits by Russian and Ukrainian Human rights Commissioners to prisoners in Russia and Ukraine should begin with visit to Shtyblikov, but "the Human Rights Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Lyudmila Denisova, refused to go to Omsk."
Previously it was reported that Ukrainian Dmitry Shtyblikov was sent to Omsk Region of Russia.
Reference: "Sevastopol City Court" on November 16, 2017 sentenced Shtyblikov to 5 years in a strict-regime colony.
Dmitry Shtyblikov is a former Ukrainian soldier, employee of the analytical center "Nomos". After retiring, he was engaged in analytics. Shortly after his arrest, he was called the "leader" of the so-called "saboteurs" group.