“Help me out”: Nine-year-old son Sushchenko wrote a letter to Putin

The son of the detained in Russia Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko Maxim, who is only nine years old, appealed to Russian leader Vladimir Putin with a request to release the father. The corresponding letter was published in Twitter lawyer mark Feigin.

In his letter to Maxim noted that after the arrest of his father they had not seen and never talked.

“It turns out that for my mom and sisters who are with me in Kiev, the head of the family I now. So I appeal to you personally. A lot depends on you the fate of my father, and in my life too. I hope that this story, thanks and my email over and my father back home. I’m nine years old and I’m the one the family will not pull. So can you help me out,” – said in the letter.

Recall, 30 September 2016, the FSB of Russia have detained in Moscow the journalist “UKRINFORM” Roman Sushchenko on suspicion of espionage. In the Russian security services believe that Sushchenko is an employee of the Main intelligence Directorate of the defense Ministry of Ukraine. In the Ukrainian intelligence involvement Sushchenko the Agency does not confirm.