Nadiya Savchenko: I will not wait for too long
If the court takes more than two weeks to declare the sentence, Savchenko will announce hunger strike
Pilot and Member of Ukrainian Parliament Nadiya Savchenko stated during the hearing on her case in Russian court that she is not going to wait for the sentence for more than two weeks. The hearing was aired by radio “Svoboda”.
“If the court takes longer than two weeks to declare the sentence, I will announce hunger strike”, - Savchenko claimed.
Today Donetsk city court of Rostovskiy region in Russia entered a final phase of proceedings in Savchenko’s case. Nadiay Savchenko is accused of illegally crossing Russian border and perpetrating the murder of Russian journalists. Savchenko’s defense claims that she is innocent.
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