Russia canceled the search of Vira Savchenko
Nadiya's sister was on the wanted list because of insulting Chechen judge
Russia canceled the search of Nadiya Savchenko’s sister Vira, - stated Nadiya’s lawyer Ilya Novikov on Facebook.
"The search of Vira Savchenko stopped", - he wrote.
Novikov promulgated a decree on the abolition of search issued by the Investigative Committee of the Chechen Republic. It states that on 25 March 2015, due to the fact that Vira’s whereabouts have not been established, a decision on measures of restraint as a subscription on her own recognizance was issued, and she was on the wanted list. And on April 28, 2016 Grozny authorities found out where Savchenko’s sister is, and therefore the search should be canceled.
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