The MP also reminded her hunger strike in the Russian prison.
'I go on the hunger strike from today and show once more to all unbelieving; I am recorder by cameras as in the Russian prisons. Only the enemy has the evidence that I starved for 83 days and had six days of dry hunger strike. Now the Ukrainian authority will also have such evidence', she emphasized.
On March 22, the Ukrainian parliament lifted the immunity of Nadiya Savchenko. She was detained right after this in the building of the Verkhovna Rada.
Later Ukraine's Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko signed the notice of suspicion of Savchenko under charges with preparing a terrorist act and the attempt of coup d'etat.
On March 15, Lutsenko claimed during his speech at the parliament that Savchenko personally planned, recruited and ordered how to hold the terrorist attack in the Verkhovna Rada, destroying two lodges, governmental and post, by the combat grenades, bringing down the dome of the Verkhovna Rada by the mortar launchers and killing the survived with the assault rifles.