Workers of Russia’s Federal Penitentiary Service passed the Nadiya Savchenko’s tests results to Ukrainian consuls in Rostov region. Nikolai Polozov, Savchenko’s lawyer, posted this at Facebook on Thursday.
“After many days of pressure and demands, workers of Russian Federal Penitentiary Service passed the tests results, which they ran on Monday and Thursday”, he wrote.
Her sister Vira was not allowed to visit Nadiya.
Polozov added that Russian doctors examined Savchenko in detention facility and gave her a lot of intravenous injections.
“She’s not well. Of course, I.V. injections made her feel better, they thinned her blood; but that’s only as far as it goes. It’s been a ninth day of her waterless hunger strike, and she’s badly dehydrated, which destroys her internal organs. Her general health conditions have really negative impact on her mood. Emotionally, she’s not holding good at all”, the lawyer wrote.
According to him, since Friday, April 15, Savchenko intends to deny any further tests and examinations by Russian doctors. She will continue starving. Polozov added that under her current health conditions she can last for four, maximum five days.
“Nadiya Savchenko doesn’t believe in the soon settlement of the question; she doesn’t trust politicians who have only been caring about themselves. When she told me goodbye she said: “If the waterless starvation doesn’t count, maybe my death will”, Polozov posted.