Mark Feygin, who defends Nadia Savchenko in Russian court, stated in his Twitter page that 40 volumes of materials on her case were released.
"So, the case of Nadia Savchenko is available on my website! Please share it to the readers!" he wrote.
Today the court continues the trial of Savchenko in Rostov region, Russian Federation. Mark Feygin also added that the leader of so-called Luhansk People's Republic Ihor Plotnytskyi, who is supposed to give testimony against the defendant, might not appearat the hearing today.
Nadiya Savchenko, Ukrainian MP and former Armed Forces servant, is accused of killing two employees of Russian television, who had been near Luhansk without the permission of the Ukrainian authorities in summer of the past year. Russian prosecution claims that Savchenko led adjustment of fire during the bombardment by the Ukrainian military. Also, pilot is accused of illegally crossing the Russian border.