Nadiya Savchenko’s health condition raises concern, - lawyer
Savchenko doesn’t fully reject the idea of hunger strike
Health condition of Ukrainian pilot and political prisoner Nadiya Savchenko continues to raise concern, although she feels better than she did last week on hunger strike, informed Savchenko’s lawyer Ilya Novikov in an interview to “112 Ukraine” TV channel.
“Nadiya doesn’t feel very well, although better than last week”, - the lawyer said.
However, Novikov pointed out that Savchenko doesn’t fully reject the idea about returning to hunger strike.
“She ended hunger strike, but she intended, at least judging by what she said, to return to it after the verdict. Nevertheless, I don’t recall her rejecting this plan”, - Novikov added.
Novikov believes society shouldn’t stop fighting for Savchenko’s release. “We shouldn’t think that everything is fine and that she will live and will see her release. Every single day we must do something for her and for her freedom”, - the lawyer said.
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