G7 called on Russia to release Savchenko immediately
It was also reminded on the Minsk agreements and commitments to free hostages
The G7 ambassadors in Ukraine called on Russia to immediately release Ukrainian pilot, MPs Nadiya Savchenko, who is under arrest in the Russian Federation. A fit statement was published on the website of the Japanese Embassy in Ukraine.
They are gravely concerned on the state of health of Savchenko.
"G7 Ambassadors urge the Russian authorities to immediately release Nadiya Savchenko and fulfill all obligations under the "Complex on the implementation of the Minsk agreements of measures ", inclusive, with the release of all hostages and illegally detained persons", - said in a statement.
G7 members are the US, Japan, Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Canada.
March 15 Estonian Parliament adopted a statement in support of Nadiya Savchenko, which calls to forbid Russian officials responsible for the detention, imprisonment and illegal trial of Savchenko, to enter the territory of the European Union.
It should be mentioned that Russian Foreign Ministry said that the issue of transfer Savchenko Ukraine can be discussed only after court decision of her case.
Court verdict to Nadiya Savchenko will be made by Donetsk city court of the Rostov region, Russian Federation on March 21.
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