Mikalai Dziadok treats himself on his own in prison

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Mikalai Dziadok

Mikalai Dziadok

Mikalai Dzyadok reads a lot and goes in for sports in prison in order to be in better physical shape till the time of his release in 4 months. Wife of political prisoner Valeria Khotina tells the latest news about his life in prison:
"I’ve sent him several parcels. Including one with the books, but he received only several of them - only two. One is large, in English, from his friend, and little dictionary. However, I don’t know, if he will have time to read them for those 4 months until his release.

He also asked for medical parcel because he has the usual stomach problems, and he goes hard in for sports, and he always has the same problem - sprains. So, asks various ointments to recover faster. We also sent him cigarettes, despite the fact that he does not smoke, cigarettes in prison are like money. He called recently. I a little bit told him about our life here, told that Alinevich had been sent to isolation ward and that apartment of Frantskevich was in police siege. "
How is the mood and health of prisoner? Valeria says: "He feels pretty good. He didn’t tell anything bad about his condition , everything is fine. "
Activist Mikalai Dzyadok was convicted of the same actions relative to official buildings that Ihar Alinevich and Alexander Franzkevich. Dzyadok was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison. He didn’t admit his guiltactivist, refused to sign the petition for clemency and finally got into the covered prison in Mahileu.

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