Ukrainian pilot and political prisoner in Russia Nadiya Savchenko mocked prankers trying to play a joke on her, her lawyer Nikolay Polozov wrote on Facebook.
“She had a laugh at the efforts of the Federal Security Service to play a joke on her, her lawyers, counselors and everyone who supports her. She was surprised to find out that lawyers allegedly “demanded” from her to plead guilty”, - the lawyer wrote.
In a letter she handed over to her lawyer, Savchenko wrote that such pranks demonstrate the meanness of “Russian Putin politics”. “I was honest about why I ended hunger strike. It has nothing to do with fake letters”, - she pointed out.
Savchenko also emphasized that she is not going to refuse from her lawyer Mark Feygin. “He is constantly under pressure and he is dealing well with it. He is a reliable lawyer and I trust him”, - Savhcenko said.
Earlier Savchenko’s lawyer Mark Feygin wrote on his Twitter that allegedly Petro Poroshenko wrote Savchenko a letter asking to end hunger strike and offered her a position in the newly formed Government. Later press secretary of the President Svyatoslav Tseholko stated that Poroshenko did not send any letters.