Russian doctors see no reasons to hospitalize Nadia Savchenko
Savchenko will stay in detention
After Ukrainian pilot illegally imprisoned in the Russia Federation Nadia Savchenko was subjected to medical examination, Russian doctors found no reasons to hospitalize her and claimed she can stay in detention, informed “Interfax”.
“After the examination medical consilium assessed Nadia Savchenko’s health as satisfactory. She requires no immediate hospitalization”, - it is said in the report.
It has been reported, that Savchenko stays under surveillance of medical experts and continues to receive necessary supporting treatment.
It has been reported earlier, that Vira Savchenko stated, that agreements on Nadia’s exchange fell through.
On March 22, 2016 Donetsk city court in Rostov region of the Russian Federaion sentenced Nadia Savchenko to 22 years of prison.
On April 5, the sentence issued to Nadia Savchenko came into force.
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