“In order to discredit Nadia after she ceased her waterless hunger strike, they passed Savchenko the letter - allegedly from the Ukrainian President. The Kremlin is obsessed with discrediting Savchenko, her lawyers and Ukrainian authorities – instead of solving the issue of her exchange”, Feygin tweeted.
“I apologize to everyone who read the letter. We are now an object of surveillance and information war, and there’s not much we can oppose”, the lawyer wrote, adding that his Twitter page is currently under cyber-attack.
Previously, Svyatoslav Tseholko, Press Secretary of President Poroshenko, said that the Head of the Ukrainian state never sent such letter to Savchenko, but expressed support via her mother and sister.
March 9, Mark Feygin published the letter sent to Nadia Savchenko, allegedly by Petro Poroshenko, in which she was asked to stop her hunger strike. Besides, the letter stated that the President would like to see Savchenko in the new Ukrainian government.