Psychologists will talk with Ulyukaev to pick up his cellmate

© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye in fotobelka Ulyukayev after sentencing in Zamoskvoretsky court. 15 Dec 2017Psychologists will talk with Ulyukaev to pick up his cellmate© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye the image Bank

Prison psychologists will talk with ex-Minister of economic development of Russia Alexei Ulyukayev, to determine to whom he hooked in a common cell, now the speaker is alone in the quarantine chamber, told RIA Novosti Secretary of the Public oversight Commission (POC) of Moscow, Ivan Melnikov.

«Yesterday the speaker was placed in a capped chamber, however, at the request of defenders and his own, he had already moved in the usual quarantine chamber, where soon he will be one. It will hold a conversation psychologists in the detention center, to determine to whom he hooked in a common cell, in order to avoid conflicts,» said the defender.

According to Melnikov, the speaker has improved a bit in the near future, he expects to write a letter to my family, to things that are necessary to go on reception to the dentist prison. Earlier, when he was under house arrest the judge for a therapeutic procedure for the resolution gave him.

Friday Melnikov reported that the speaker is in jail special category «Kremlin Central» and hopes that soon he will be allowed to call your relatives and get their medication.

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The Zamoskvoretsky court of Moscow on Friday issued a decision on the most high-profile case of corruption in recent years: Ulyukayev was sentenced to eight years of penal colony for bribe reception in 2 million dollars from the head of «Rosneft» Igor Sechin. Additionally, 61-year-old Ulyukayev, the most senior convicted bribe-taker in modern Russian history – was sentenced to a fine of 130 million rubles and eight-year ban to work in government service after his release.