British help employee who was detained by Russian separatists could have been murdered, an MP has stated.
Talking in Parliament on Thursday, Alicia Kearns, MP for Rutland and Melton, referred to as on the Authorities to look into the case of Paul Urey.
Mr Urey, 45, from Warrington, Cheshire, died on July 10 whereas he was in detention by Russian separatists.
The human rights ombudsperson for the Moscow-supported management in Donetsk has beforehand stated Mr Urey died of power sicknesses and stress, however Ukrainian officers have stated his physique confirmed indicators of “potential” torture.
Ms Kearns sought reassurance that “the Authorities is doing all it might probably to carry Russian proxies to account for his homicide”, including “as a result of it was precisely that, by a state”.
Defence minister James Heappey stated: “We actually are doing all that we are able to.”
Mr Urey, who was described as an help employee by the UK, was detained at a checkpoint close to the south-eastern metropolis of Zaporizhzhia in April and was accused of being a mercenary.
Regardless of preliminary conclusions surrounding his loss of life, Ukraine’s overseas minister Dmytro Kuleba stated there had been indicators “of potential unspeakable torture”.
Beforehand, the Overseas Workplace summoned Russia’s ambassador over the stories of Mr Urey’s loss of life in detention.
This comes as 5 different British nationals held by Russian-backed forces returned to the UK on Thursday.
Aiden Aslin, John Harding, Dylan Healy, Andrew Hill and Shaun Pinner have been reunited with their households after touchdown at Heathrow Airport, in keeping with a UK non-profit.
The 5 have been launched after Saudi Arabia stated it had brokered between Russia and Ukraine.