20-year-old Ukrainian said that he feels bad. He reported that he was not given proper medical care.
"Since the last meeting, when I got sick, no one did anything, they take me here and say that I am healthy. I ask you to postpone the court session. I should not sit here and suffer," Hryb said.
He noted that he was not able to participate in the debate, complaining of nausea and pain.
"They brought me to a separate room this morning. There is nothing there, they just shut it down. It was done to look at my papers. There are special people for that. They deliberately brought me out, looked. And I have nothing there. There are statements and the last word," he added.
He considers his case to be exclusively political.
Late the court session announced a break. An ambulance was called for Pavlo.
Doctors revealed problems with his stomach, which did not cause a break in the court session.
"The state of moderate severity, aggravation of gastritis, temperature 37.2, he needs treatment by a gastroenterologist, surgery is not required," doctor said.
The court, deliberating on the spot, determined to continue the session.
As reported earlier, Aug. 24, 2017, Pavlo Hryb, aged 19, left for Belorussian city Gomel to see a girl he met on social media, without knowing her personally, his father told. The girl was supposed to come from Russia. Pavlo was to return home on the same day, but he didn't. His father went to search for his son in Gomel the next day, and found out that Pavlo was on the wanted list by the Russian FSB for an alleged terrorist attack.
At the court hearings on his case, prosecutors asked for 6 years of imprisonment. The term of imprisonment is proposed to deduct from August 25, 2017.