His legal counselor, Alexei Ponomaryev, told state news organization RIA on Saturday that Fedotov was taken to an enrollment office on Friday and afterward a tactical medical clinic subsequent to becoming sick.
“As far as I can tell, because of stress, he had gastritis,” Ponomaryev said. “Ivan feels awful. He says that he isn’t being given full clinical help.”
Ponomaryev denied allegations that his client had sidestepped military help.
The St Petersburg police administration didn’t answer to a solicitation for input. Fedotov didn’t answer a solicitation for input shipped off his Instagram account on Friday. Reuters couldn’t quickly arrive at his legal advisor, Ponomaryev, for input.
Fedotov, who was chosen by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2015 Entry Draft, drove CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) to the Gagarin Cup, the association’s title, last season.
A representative for CSKA Moscow told Reuters on Friday it was anticipating official data from important bodies. “Right now Ivan Fedotov isn’t limited by legally binding commitments with our club,” the representative added.