Parliament called on UN to help release Savchenko and increase pressure on Russia
Verkhovna Rada also demands to free other political prisoners, held in Russia
The Speaker of Ukrainian Parliament (Verkhovna Rada) Volodymyr Groysman called on the Heads of Parliaments of UN member states to increase pressure on the Russian Federation with the aim to release illegally detained Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko and all Ukrainian political prisoners, detained in Russia, Volodymyr Groysman informed on Facebook.
“Yesterday I sent letters to the Heads of Parliaments of UN member states with the urge to increase pressure on the Russian Federation in order to help free all Ukrainian political prisoners”, - Groysman pointed out.
In his address to the Heads of Parliaments of UN member state, Groysman emphasized the need to consolidate efforts and release Nadiya Savchenko.
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