Tuka doubts that Savchenko visited occupied territories of Donbas
"From my point of view, we have some contradictions here," - he said
Deputy Minister for the temporarily occupied territories Georgiy Tuka doubts that MP Nadiya Savchenko really visited the occupied territories of Donbas. He said this in his interview for TV channel "112 Ukraine".
"From my point of view, we have here some contradictions. In PACE Nadia Savchenko said that she was in Lugansk and Donetsk. I honestly inclined to think that she did not cross the line of demarcation and she didn't visitin Donetsk and Lugansk, "- he said.
As reported, yesterday, October 12, Savchenko on the air of TV channel "112 Ukraine" stated that keeps in touch with people from the occupied territories of Donbas. Also speaking at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Savchenko said that she visited the occupied territories.
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