The case successfully examined the applicant's complaint about poor conditions of detention, the provision of inadequate medical care and the fact that he did not have an effective domestic remedy in this regard. The case involved violations of the requirements of Article 3 and Article 13 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights.
In 2011, the applicant was assisted in preparing the аpplication. Subsequently, the аpplication was also communicated to the Russian Federation.
In his complaint, the applicant complained about the poor conditions of detention in one of the pre-trial detention centers in Yekaterinburg, the provision of inadequate medical care and the fact that he did not have an effective domestic remedy in this regard.
On 6 July 2017, on the application lodged by the applicant, the Court unanimously held that in this case the Government violated the requirements of articles 3 (prohibition of torture) and 13 of the Convention (the right to an effective domestic remedy) and ordered the respondent State to pay the applicant EUR 15,000 in respect of non-pecuniary damage.
The ECHR judgment of July 06, 2017 in the Petrov v. Russia case (аpplication no. 52873/11).