“Nadiya insists that only Ukrainian and German medics can examine her. But there’s no progress in that area. Currently, she receives no medical help in detention”, Mark Feygin tweeted after having visited Savchenko in pre-trial detention centre in Rostov region, Russia.
“The administration only cares about concealing information from the public. We had Gulag in the Soviet Union; well, it’s still there”, Feygin added.
As 112 International reported, Ukrainian pilot and MP Nadia Savchenko, sentenced to 22 years of prison by the court of the Russian Federation, started another waterless hunger strike on April 6. She protests against the sentence and demands that the Russian authorities let her go.