The chief portal of the Last news, Ukraine Kirill Vyshinsky nourishes the hope that the new Ukrainian authorities understand that his case under the criminal code is political and a disgrace to the country.
He also said that his condition is in the normal range, but there are periodic problems with health.
Kirill Vyshinsky was captured by employees of the security Service of Ukraine in Kiev fifteen may 2018. The journalist said that he suspected of supporting the breakaway republics of Donbass and treason. The maximum punishment under this article provides till fifteen years of punishment.
Kherson city court may 17, 2018 arrested Wyszynski, since that time, the court periodically extend the measure of restraint Journalist. And the court of appeal confirms decision on the arrests. Currently, the detention of a journalist extended until 22 July 2019. First, the defense asked the court to change the measure of restraint Vyshinsky on home detention wearing an electronic bracelet. However, the court refused.
before Vyshinsky said that he had two passports - Ukrainian and Russian. At the meeting of the court in Kherson June 1, 2018, which considered an appeal against his detention, said the journalist about the refusal of the Ukrainian citizenship and asked the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin " legal protection and action for liberation." State migration service of Ukraine stated that Vyshinsky cannot renounce citizenship, because has the status of a suspected in a criminal case.
the Commissioner of the OSCE on freedom of the media Harlem Desir expressed serious concern about the actions of Kiev regarding the Last news Ukraine. After the next prolongation of term of detention Wyszynski under arrest Dezir expressed disappointment with the position of Ukraine and tried to convince to release the journalist. The Secretary General of the OSCE Thomas Greminger, explaining the circumstances with Wyszynski, noticed that all the countries of the organization pledged to help create conditions in which correspondents have the opportunity to fulfil their obligations in another member state, and for this reason must not violate international standards and not to interfere in the work of the media.