Linas Linkevicius: People involved in Savchenko’s case must be held responsible
“I need the list of people, directly involved in this case, we can work with it”, - Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius stated that people involved in the case of Ukrainian pilot and political prisoner in Russia Nadiya Savchenko must be held responsible, the Minister said in an interview to “112 Ukraine” TV channel.
“Despite Savchenko’s strong will, we can see that the situation is getting worse. All our statements and protests don’t seem to bother people, who are directly involved in the case. We will raise this issue as often as necessary until we see significant results. People directly involved in this case, must be held responsible”, - the Minister said.
According to Linkevicius, the issue deserves much more attention from the international community and from the EU in particular.
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