Svyatoslav Tsegolko with a group of MPs went to Rostov
MPs will be present at Nadiya Savchenko's sentencing in Russian Court
Press Secretary of the President of Ukraine Svyatoslav Tsegolko with a group of MPs went to Rostov to be present on the sentencing of detained Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko. He wrote this information on his Facebook page.
Tsegolko wrote that he’s gone to travel on behalf of President Poroshenko and "the call of the heart."
Along with him went Iryna Gerashchenko, Maria Ionova, Iryna Lutsenko, Victor Krivenko, Alexey Ryabchin, Sergei Evtushok, Vadim Ivchenko and Elena Kontratyuk.
Earlier we reported that Savchenko has low blood pressure, but she is ready for sentencing
We recall, tomorrow, on March 21, the verdict will be announced to Nadiya Savchenko by Russian Court in Rostov-on-Don.
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