According to the MP, she decided to stop starving, as she will finally get a chance to fill in the digital declaration for her bank; Savchenko will file a digital declaration.
At that, Savchenko added she would 'starve another day to make the term of her dry hunger strike in Ukraine longer than that in Russia' (back there, it was six days, - 112 International).
'I said I would starve until the issue with filing the declaration is solved. But the bank and I met halfway; the bank came to me because I could not go there. Thus, my dry hunger strike continues tomorrow, it's the final day tomorrow so that it's more than that in Russia. On day eight, I'll start drinking water and abandon the hunger strike', Savchenko said.
She said she lost seven kilograms over six days of starving, now she weighs 63 against the former 77.
Previously, Savchenko announced several hunger strikes - at first, during her time in Russia, and then again, when she was detained and arrested in Kyiv.
Savchenko is suspected in preparing terrorist acts in the Ukrainian Parliament and the government quarter in Kyiv. Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said he had every piece of evidence that Savchenko planned the coup d'etat and the assassination of President Petro Poroshenko.