Lawyer: Savchenko subjected to injections
Ukrainian pilot is till on hunger strike
Ukrainian pilot illegally imprisoned in the Russian Federation Nadia Savchenko is still subjected to injections, informed Savchenko’s lawyer Mark Feygin to “112 Ukraine”.
“According to the information I have, she is still on hunger strike. Everything seems to be fine, Savchenko is subjected to injections”, - the lawyer said.
Moreover, the lawyer commented on the fact that PACE debates have been deferred. “Sergiy Vlasenko gave me a call, he is currently there. The deferral doesn’t mean anything. It’s just a matter of procedure, not a conspiracy”, - Feygin said.
Nadia Savchenko intends to be on hunger strike until the verdict to soldiers of Russian Special Forces , Aleksandrov and Yerofeyev, is announced.
It has been reported earlier, that PACE deferred the debate on Nadia Savchenko till April 21.
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