At the OSCE Human Dimension Conference, held in Warsaw (Poland), an action took place in support of the Ukrainian political prisoner Oleg Sentsov and the Chechen human rights activist Oyub Titiev, the initiator of the #SaveOlegSentsov global campaign, Olexandra Matviychuk, reported on her Facebook page.

She noted that the participants in the campaign in support of Sentsov were in white T-shirts, and in support of Titiev - in black.

“At the opening of HDIM2018, we held a silent action #SaveOlegSentsov right at the plenary session of the delegations of the OSCE participating States. Participants of #SaveOlegSentsov campaign in white T-shirts and #SaveOyub in black ones were standing behind the speakers of the greetings panel,” Matveyichuk wrote.

On September 10, the OSCE conference on the observance of human rights began in Warsaw. Reportedly, the conference plans to discuss the fulfillment of the obligations of the participating States in the area of observance of human rights and freedoms.

Earlier, the Human Rights Commissioner in the Yamalo-Nenets district of the Russian Federation Anatoly Sak said that Oleg Sentsov would not stop the hunger strike and would go to the end. He noted that the Ukrainian political prisoner also does not intend to ask the Russian president for his pardon.

In his letter to activist of "AvtoMaidan", Oleksiy Hritsenko, Oleg Sentsov wrote that he went down to 72 kg.