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24 Part I Mon.. Dec. 20. 1976 los 3itgclrs CDmcs Freed Russian Says Helsinki Accord Made Prison Rougher ZURICH (.-Vladimir Bukovsky. the Soviet human rights activist freed in an international exchange of political prisoners, said Sunday that prison life got much rougher after the 1975 Helsinki accord on East-West cooperation was signed. The 33-year-old dissident attacked the Helsinki accord as a Soviet maneuver to disarm the West and curb the fight for human rights in Russia. Bukovsky said he intends to dedicate all his energy to the cause of political prisoners in the Soviet Union and throughout the world. Bukovsky reported that conditions at Vladimir prison. 120 miles east of Moscow, "worsened considerably as soon as the Helsinki accord was signed." He said this included new restrictions on reading matter for prisoners, who were even barred from reading Western Communist publications and an official U.N. review. "The Soviet Union still sees the West as an enemy with which it is in a state of belligerency." he declared. Bukovsky. his mother, his sister and an ailing nephew were flown to Switzerland by the Kremlin Saturday in exchange for Chilean Communist Party leader Luis Cor-valan. 60. who had been in prison since the Chilean military overthrew the late President Salvador Allende in 1973. The exchange was "an extraordinary event because it is the first time that the Soviet Union officially recognized it has political prisoners." Bukovsky said. Uorvalan flew on to Moscow with his wife Saturday night in the unprecedented exchange in which the United States assisted. Chile's President Augusto Pinochet said in Santiago Sunday that his ' government had taken the initiative in asking the United States to mediate. The Russians, he said, "responded in evasive and distant terms" to early Chilean approaches, but later came around. In Moscow, the official Tass news agency said that Corvalan was released by Chilean authorities as a result of "the pressure of world public opinion." There was no mention of the Bukovsky-Corvalan exchange arrangement. A Swiss physician said Bukovsky was underfed and had an accelerated heartbeat, but was otherwise in "surprisingly good health." Bukovsky. a veteran of the Soviet human rights movement, has spent 10 of the past 15 years in Soviet prisons or in psychiatric clinics, which he said was a standard Soviet method of silencing critics of the regime. The treatment of political prisoners includes brainwashing and near-starvation diets "to change their attitude." he said. He said that since 1974. he had been put TEARFUL Soviet writer Vladimir Bukovsky, left, is welcomed by another Russian exile, Levitin Krasnov, before Zurich press conference. AP wlrephoto on a severely limited diet three times fori periods of six months. The diet involved reduced food rations, with hot meals and one pound of bread only every second day. A soviet secret DOlice instruction. "Number 0225" of 1975. he said, linked the size of food rations to the severity of the crime. He said underfed prisoners were supposed to do hard labor "which even a well-fed, healthy prisoner would find hard to perform." He said the Helsinki agreement signed by President Ford. Soviet Communist Party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev and representatives of 33 other countries gave the Soviet Union hope for "unilateral disarmament on the part of the West" while keeping Western human rights campaigners from what Moscow considers interference in its domestic affairs. In return for tacit Western recognition of Europe's post-World War II borders, the Soviet bloc reluctantly accepted the accord's so-called "Basket Three." These provisions, designed to increase the free flow of peoples and ideas between East and West, are not being followed. Bukovsky said. 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