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Feygin: all-night Ukraine peace talks on Savchenko were decisive for Putin
16:37, 26 May 2016
Feygin: all-night Ukraine peace talks on Savchenko were decisive for Putin

"Putin consideres Poroshenko. He hates him, but considers", - said the lawyer

16:37, 26 May 2016

gazprom.ru

The night negotiations in "Normandy format" on Nadiya Savchenko case were decisive for Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was announced by Savchenko's lawyer Mark Feygin during a press conference, which was broadcasted by "112 Ukraine" channel.

"The first people who made a pressure on Putin made these negotiations a decisive point. The conversation in the "Normandy format" was crucial for Putin, because it was up to him to solve everything. Putin was the only one against Savchenko release. There was much pressure on him. Merkel and Hollande were decisive figures, Putin considers them wery much. He considers Poroshenko too. He considers him despite hate, because he understands that there are limits that are acceptable and unacceptable. And Savchenko case is unacceptable. Innocent person cannot be imprisoned infinitely. For a long time but not infinitely. I believe that night negotiations in "Normandy format" were decisive for him", - Feigin said.

Related: Lawyer: Savchenko plans to create NGO to help Ukrainian political prisoners

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