Disabled volunteer kidnapped from Kherson accused of espionage

February 7, 2023

Kidnapped in the spring of 2022 in Kherson, 28-year-old disabled volunteer Mykola Petrovskyy was accused of espionage (Article 276 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, imprisonment for a period of ten to twenty years).

We remind you that the Russians abducted volunteer Mykola Petrovskyy on March 27, 2022 in the center of Kherson. Before the disappearance, the activist left for a meeting and did not return. As it turned out later, Mykola was detained by the Russian military. He was kept in the basement by FSB officers for six months, and during the retreat of the Russian troops they were taken out of the city.

According to relatives, after being tortured in the cellars and starving, Mykola’s condition worsened significantly.