“Apart from me, we also need to release Sentsov, Kolchenko, Karpyuk, Klych, Lytvynov, Soloshenko and more Ukrainian citizens, a lot of people, whom they captured and put into Russian jail. So, I’m not the one to begin this struggle, and it goes far beyond my case. We’ll stand ground till the end. I do not believe anyone in here”, Savchenko said.
Nadiya's lawyer Mark Feygin added that the pilot intends to start another hunger strike 10 days after the sentence comes into force. "She reckons that she will be released immediately after that date", Feygin said.
The court continues to pronounce the verdict in Nadiya Savchenko's case. The sentence will be voiced out for two consecutive days, March 21 and 22.