Savchenko: Mercy for me is not Putin's step forward, but demonstration of his superiority
Savchenko recalled that such abduction is violation of human rights
When issuing pardon, Russian President Vladimir Putin did not make a step forward and show his superiority. This statement was made by Nadiya Savchenko during her speech to the delegates of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
"When pardoning me and all the Ukrainians, Putin has not made a step forward and show his superiority," - she said, adding that she was abducted. "It is a violation of human rights, and for this it is necessary to respond in the European Court.And all Ukrainians, who are now in Russia, have been abducted in the same way, and there are continued abductions of the Crimean Tatars from the Crimea ", - she said.
Savchenko recalled that Russia, which promised and guaranteed security under the Budapest Memorandum after nuclear disarmament of Ukraine, "did a stab in the back" to Ukraine.
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