The Director expressed the hope that one will personally talk to the musician – already free
Ukrainian film Director, Oleg Sentsov political prisoner wrote a letter to the leader of the band “Boombox” Andrei Khlyvnyuk. The musician announced personally on his page in Facebook.
Sentsov letter to Hlyvnjuk
“… I received a letter from Oleg Sentsov, the person that just now is fighting for the truth, the cost of their health, freedom and life itself! I am proud to live with you, brother, at the same time! Will try to do everything possible and not possible for you and all of our was free. See you!!!”, – commented the artist.
In the petition, the Director was sincere enough, as in all his previous letters home:
“A separate hi-pass to Andrei Khlyvnyuk. Tell him I know about his activity in my party, about the music to the Belarusian performance and so forth,” he wrote.
Sentsov says that he always was and remains an admirer of Khlyvniuk, also said that he had received a postcard from him “a year or two ago” when he was in Yakutia.
“And then recently included a “watchman” (the song “Boombox” – ed.) got three minutes of incomparable pleasure and unity with the Motherland”, – said the prisoner.
The Director expressed the hope that once will personally talk to the musician – already free. Interestingly, on 7 July, the leader of “Boombox” Andrey Khlyvnyuk supported Sentsov during a speech at the Kiev festival Atlas Weekend.
From may 16 Oleg Sentsov was on a hunger strike demanding the government to release all detained Ukrainians.
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As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, Oleg celebrated his 42nd birthday in a Russian prison. The Russians condemned the Director to 20 years in prison on false charges of allegedly preparing attacks in the Crimea. He took an active part in the protests, and during the “Crimean crisis” often went to Simferopol, where he organized the rally “For a United country”, as well as supplying food and other necessities for the Ukrainian military, who were in the Crimea. In Ukraine, it is waiting for a daughter Alina and a son, Vladislav, who is autistic.