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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Savchenko unexpectedly returned to the Donbass


The Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Hope Savchenko, in late may, pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin, last night showed up in the area of hostilities in the Donbass.


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The press center of the military operation headquarters of the APU said that the visit Savchenko in the Donbass became for many unexpected. The Deputy met with the military, including former colleagues, and sat at the helm of a combat helicopter.

At the same time in the press center of the Ukrainian army was not informed, in what area Donbass visited Savchenko.

Recall that immediately after his release Savchenko said that it was ready to return to fight in the Donbass.

However, since returning home to the Deputy of the “Fatherland” had to do a lot of other loud statements: for example, she hinted at the possibility of nominating himself for the post of President of Ukraine, urged the Ukrainian Parliament to repent and follow the example of the bandits, accused residents of Germany that they bring it to fury with his statements about the need to ease the sanctions against Russia.

Activity Savchenko has already started to annoy some representatives of political and business circles of the country. The Deputy Vadim Rabinovich did not rule out that the Russian President deliberately sent Savchenko home, so that, using his enormous popularity, has made the country another coup.

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