The restrictive measure for MP Nadia Savchenko will be chosen tomorrow. Andry Lysenko, the spokesperson of the Prosecutor General's Office reported this to 112 Ukraine and specified that the case will be considered by Shevchenkivsky Court of Kyiv.
'Now we prepare the appeal to the court for the choosing of the restrictive measure in the form of the arrest. The preparation is the obligatory procedure. It's likely that the court session will take place tomorrow. It is known, that it will be Shevchenkivsky Court of Kyiv. We will expect that the court will make a decision on the choice of the restrictive measure', he said.
Lysenko confirmed that the GPU will ask the court for the arrest of Savchenko without a right for the bail.
According to him, the MP will spend this night in the building of the SBU. At the same time, he did not exclude that the additional security will be provided to Savchenko. 'If she wants to then she will report on this with the help of the advocates and this desire will be considered', he promised.
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.
During the session of the Regulatory Committee, the Prosecutor General reported that Savchenko applied to the Ukrainian Armed Forces officers to organize terror attacks against country's top leadership.
He also claimed that law enforcement officers have evidence of the Russian Federation's participation in the provision of weapons for terrorist attacks against the top leadership of Ukraine.
In her turn, Savchenko claimed that her plan to perform a terror attack in the Verkhovna Rada is absurd and the grenade cannot damage the Rada.