The Russian foreign Ministry expressed hope that the U.S. government will be attentive to the health of Russian citizen Yaroshenko

The Russian foreign Ministry expressed hope that the U.S. government will be attentive to the health of Russian citizen Yaroshenko


MOSCOW, January 24. The concern of the Russian foreign Ministry the health of Konstantin Yaroshenko was not unfounded. The official representative of the MYTH of Russia Maria Zakharova on the TV channel “Russia 24” has expressed hope that the U.S. government will continue to provide Russia with all necessary assistance.

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“We drew the attention of our American colleagues on the situation with Yaroshenko. Explained that he complains about the state of health that he needed to provide medical assistance. Our colleagues said that according to them it’s nothing serious with his health not happening, ‘ she said on air of the telecast. Now we see that he underwent surgery in an appropriate facility. We still were right to mention the fact that his condition requires medical intervention”.

“We hope the U.S. side will continue to listen carefully to the complaints of Russian citizens and render all necessary medical aid”, – said Zakharov.

According to the prisoner’s lawyer Alexei Tarasov, Yaroshenko can not walk and is in pain shock after surgery. He has no opportunity to undergo rehabilitation and receive the necessary medication.

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Konstantin Yaroshenko was convicted on 7 September 2011 to 20 years in prison.

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Earlier, the Commissioner of the Russian foreign Ministry on human rights Konstantin Dolgov appealed to the U.S. authorities with a request to pay attention to health in the U.S. sentenced to long imprisonment of a Russian citizen Konstantin Yaroshenko. According to Dolgov, the cause of serious chronic diseases the Russians became poor conditions of his detention in the prison, the refusal of him for a long time the necessary medical care.