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Massive Zaporizhya mural honours Ukraine’s Nadiya Savchenko
18:18, 14 May 2016
Massive Zaporizhya mural honours Ukraine’s Nadiya Savchenko

Activists painted the portrait on a 27-meter-high grain elevator wall

18:18, 14 May 2016

gazprom.ru

Nadiya Savchenko’s portrait has appeared on the 27-meter-high wall of a grain elevator in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhya.

The mural, the brainchild of artist Valeriy Dzygalo, was painted by local youth in Zaporizhya. Organizers hope to expand their artistic project. Soon, the words of the national anthem and portraits of Ukrainian captives Oleh Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko are likely to appear on other walls around the city. 

Earlier Kyiv marked Savchenko’s birthday with a flash mob on Poshtova square

On March 22, a Russian court sentenced Savchenko to 22 years in prison for involvement in the deaths of two Russian journalists in the Donbas warzone

Related: Lawyer: Issue of Savchenko’s extradition to Ukraine won’t be settled till May 23

Related: Russia denies Savchenko's mother access to Nadiya on her birthday

Related: Savchenko's fate to be discussed in Berlin: Ukraine's Foreign Minister

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