Andrei Klimovs gets spoiled foodstuffs back
Political prisoners Andrei Klimov has just now received back the foodstuffs that were taken away in early October when he arrived to serve his prison term in a Mazyr colony, said Yury Barankou, the acting chief of the Department of Corrections. He said the foodstuffs were taken for check. The official failed to explain why it took them more than one month to check the foods and whether it was still safe for eating, reports Radio Svaboda.
Meanwhile, political prisoner's relatives maintain that Andrei Klimov has not responded to their letters and telegrams for over three weeks, so they are worried.
Politician's wife Tastyana Klimova said Andrei had some disorders with the level of glucose in blood, so he needs to get a special diet.