Adrian Glijin, released by the Tiraspol regime after 913 days of illegal detention


The representatives of the association stated that after dozens of requests and approaches to the de facto administration, 2 months after the kidnapping, the relatives were informed that Adrian is accused of “treason” and is in detention in an isolation cell from Tiraspol. Meanwhile, Adrian’s family was subjected to more abuse. The representatives of the local security structures organized searches at the homes of the mother and the wife, confiscated their personal belongings and vandalized the means of transport of the Glijin family.

The Office for Reintegration welcomes the release from detention of the citizen Adrian Glijin, who was deprived of his liberty on October 7, 2020 by the Tiraspol security forces.

During this period, the Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration and the Reintegration Policy Office made sustained efforts for his unconditional release, making use of all available dialogue platforms. In the same way, being in constant contact with the actors in the negotiation format for the Transnistrian settlement, all the necessary steps were taken to restore the fundamental rights and freedoms of the cet. Glijin.

Author: Office for reintegration policies – 04/07/2023

The institution claims that it is an action that can serve as an example in many other similar cases of violation of human rights in the Transnistrian region, including those of citizens V. Pleșcanov, G. Kuzmiciov, V. Dudnic, V. Pogorletchi, S. Mantaluța, M. Petiş and many other citizens of the Republic of Moldova, who suffer as a result of Tiraspol’s illegal actions.

Previously, on 7 December 2020, the former Minister of the Interior between 14.11.2019 and 06.08.2021, Pavel Voicu, confirmed that the kidnappings organized by the force structures in the Transnistrian region occurred as a revenge for the conviction of a former militiaman from the left of the Dniester , involved in the kidnapping and torture of a couple from Florești district, in April 2015.

Only a year after his detention, on 16.12.2021, after several efforts by the family and the Promo-LEX Association, his mother, Vera Glijin, was able to have an approximately 60-minute meeting in the preventive detention cell no. . 3 from the city of Tiraspol.

Promo-LEX also informs that following the sending by the lawyers of the Association of a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights, in January 2022, the High Court decided the priority examination of the case and the first application of provisional measures in one of the “Transnistrian cases” .

At the same time, on May 6, 2022, Adrian was “sentenced” by the so-called “supreme court” of the Transnistrian region to 13 years and 6 months in prison for alleged “treason”, the sentence being later reduced to 13 years. Promo-LEX also informs that the 19-month detention period during which Adrian was in “preventive detention” (07.10.2020-06.05.2022), was also contrary to local legislation, which establishes a maximum period of “preventive detention” of 18 months.

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