On behalf of PACE she conveyed a message to support Ukrainian in her situation and expressed her hope to have the honor of welcoming her in Strasbourg in the Assembly Chamber.
Mrs. Brasseur highlights that since Savchenko’s appointment as a member of the Ukrainian delegation to PACE, she had repeatedly appealed to Russia and Council of Europe. January 29 an Assembly resolution and Opinion of the Assembly’s Committee concerning Savchenko’s status with regard to Council of Europe immunity were addressed to Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov. But Russia took no steps to release Ukrainian pilot.
As was reported before, the hearings in Savchenko’s case were leaded to Rostov region, Russia.
Mark Feygin in his latest interview with BBC that Savchenko’s conviction is already decided by Russian court, and Ukrainian pilot will face 25 of imprisonment if world community stays indifferent.