The spouse of Ukrainian political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh, Natalia asked for financial help for her family. This was reported by a journalist Victoria Ivleva on her Facebook page.
"Today, during the trial, the wife of Volodymyr, Natalia came to me and, I do not know why, burning with shame, she asked if I could help to announce about the request of finantial help to her family,” she wrote.
According to Ivleva, the Balukh's wife is refused to be hired anywhere because her husband is a political prisoner. They also need money for the wedding of their son.
The journalist calls on all to help financially to the Ukrainian political prisoner`s family.
“Here are bank accounts, 1) card: Ukraine, Private: 4149499114702580, Balukh Natalia Volodymyrivna; 2) card: Mir-Russia - 2200 0202 0229 0260 Balukh Nataliya Vladimirovna, this is the Crimean bank of the rnkb, kiwi wallet - +79780268263."
Ivleva also noted that the wife of Balukh is not a resident in Ukraine and can not tie the bank card to the payment system, so you can transfer funds to the name of the volunteer Anna Dombrovskaya with the mark "Balukh": https://www.liqpay.ua/en/checkout / card / dombrovskaya or PayPal to Victoria Ivleva - firstname.lastname@example.org.
QHA reported that the Kremlin-controlled "Supreme Court" of occupied Crimea postponed the appeal hearing of the defense of Volodymyr Balukh for an indefinite period. Volodymyr Balukh refused to take part in a court session by videoconference.
Reference, on July, the Russian-controlled Razdolnensky District Court sentenced Volodymyr Balukh to 5 years in a general-regime penal colony and 10 thousand rubles (about 4 thousand hryvnia) in conjunction with two criminal cases: for allegedly beating of the head of a temporary detention facility in Crimea and for illegal acquisition, sale and storage of weapons.