“I saw her last night. She looks cheerful, not like a person getting over the thought about her 20 years of imprisonment. She’s got feeling that she’ll be home soon. For the last two years, I’ve several times seen her vibes becoming true – even more often than our calculations. Let's see how it goes now. Kerry (U.S. Secretary) is in Moscow now, maybe something turns up after his meeting with Putin”, he posted at Facebook.
Novikov added that the defense team received the written instruction to not file any appeals on the sentence in her case. “10 days after she gets the translation of the verdict in Ukrainian, it will come into force. By that time, we’ll understand which way the negotiations on her release go”.
As 112 International reported, on March 22, Ukraine’s MP and officer of Air Force Nadiya Savchenko was found guilty in murder of two Russian reporters and illegal crossing of the Russian border. The court ruled she’d spend 22 years in standard regime penal colony.