The mother of a Russian citizen Viktor Ageev, who was detained in the summer in the Ukraine, wrote a letter to the Commissioner for human rights in Russia Tatiana Moskalkova asking for help. Writes 2 September “the New newspaper” the letter to the Ombudsman was sent on August 31.
Svetlana Ageeva, in particular, complained that did not receive any information about his son, and asked Moskalkova “to assist in obtaining information” in the Ukrainian Ombudsman.
“So far my son has not met with the representative of the consular service [Russia]. I sent an email to the consular service in the city of Kharkov (on the phone I did not join with the Consul), but still no answer. Also not clear is the result of my asking for financial aid to pay for the lawyer,” said the woman.
In an interview with the publication Ageeva also said Kyiv lawyer Victor Chevguz, with whom she signed a contract, their duties are not performed and not communicate. “When we agreed with him, I said I can’t pay for his services two thousand euros [per month], she will not pull. Decided that I would ask the consuls to provide financial assistance, and they said that will solve the issue with his superiors,” — she concluded.
The journalists of “Novaya Gazeta” contact Chigusa also failed.
In late June, “the Russian service Bi-bi-si” reported that the Ukrainian security forces in Luhansk region was captured Ageeva, who served under contract in the Russian military intelligence. The Russian defense Ministry for its part said that the young man was never a contractor after military service in may 2016, he left the service.
In mid-July, the Chairman of the security Service of Ukraine Vasyl Hrytsak said that the Department has seen in actions of the detained Russian terrorism. He also claimed that Ageev recently met with the mother.