The respective document (#203-r, 23.03.2016) was released at the government’s website on Thursday, March 24.
“In particular, we offer to approve the list of those involved in wrongful actions against Nadiya Savchenko, her capture, falsification of case materials and illegal conviction. Sanctions will be imposed upon these persons”, reads the message at the government’s website.
As is known, Ukraine's fighter pilot and MP Nadiya Savchenko was sentenced to 22 years of prison in Russia. As 112 International reported, the court ruled that Savchenko will serve her time in a standard regime penal colony.The Ukrainian was found guilty in the murder of two Russian reporters who worked in Donbas in June 2014, as well as the illegal crossing of the Russian border. Her lawyer Ilya Novikov visited the pilot in Novocherkassk pre-trial detention centre and later that day reported that she looks fine and in nice mood.
Her lawyer Mark Feygin urged people to immediately join protest actions against the illegal imprisonment of innocent Nadiya Savchenko.