Polozov: “There’s hope this nightmare will soon be over”
20:52, 19 April 2016

Polozov: “There’s hope this nightmare will soon be over”

The lawyer visited Savchenko in pre-trial detention centre

20:52, 19 April 2016

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“After today’s conversation with the President, her mom and sister, she was in nice mood. There’s hope this entire nightmare will be over soon. Nadiya started drinking water; she’s stable thanks to the I.V. injections. She’s getting them every day now. Her kidneys are swollen, and her veins are now hiding deep under her skin”, he said.

Polozov added he hoped that the arrangements between the Ukrainian and Russian side would be implemented in the next few weeks. “For now, I trust politicians, but I’m still having my final word, and no one can take it away”, he quoted Savchenko as saying.     

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