The letter of the captive Ukrainian was posted on Facebook by Russia's Radio Svoboda journalist Anton Naumlyuk, Censor.NET reports.
In his letter Karpiuk notes he is moved by the support of his compatriots and thanks everyone for their solidarity.
"My dear Ukrainians, my brothers and sisters! I'm deeply touched by all the support and solidarity that you show to me. I'm sincerely grateful to you and bow low to Ukraine. Do not worry much about failing to meet. My soul, heart, mind - all my being is with you. We are a great nation, hence the victory will be ours! Yours sincerely and brotherly," the letter reads.
In late August 2015, Russia's Investigation Committee announced filing a criminal case against Ukrainian citizens Karpiuk and Klykh accused of fighting against Russian military in Chechnya in 1990s. Karpiuk was kidnapped by Russian secret services in March 2014. The mockery of a trial of the said Ukrainians began on Oct. 12, 2015. Today, the Supreme Court of Chechen Republic of Russia has postponed the trial of Ukrainian hostages Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh for an uncertain term.