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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Savchenko declared a hunger strike demanding the release of prisoners and political prisoners

Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Nadezhda Savchenko during his big press conference announced the beginning of a new hunger strike. This step she decided to go to initiate the rescue of their Ukrainian prisoners of the Russian prisons, and from the captivity in the territories of Eastern Ukraine.

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Savchenko explained that we are not talking about the fact that the hunger strike will continue until the liberation of all prisoners, her task is to start the process, which, she believes, has stalled in the fault in power of people around the world.

Directly the hunger strike will begin tomorrow, August 8 mothers of prisoners will be released with the support of Savchenko to the Ukrainian presidential administration on Bank street in Kiev with the requirement to begin the exchange process.

At this Savchenko stressed that she is not refusing other methods of influence on the political situation, which, however, often not as public.

Savchenko dressed in black returned to Donbass to work with NATO (12 photos)

Another loud statement of the Deputy was the message that she was recently behind the line of delimitation in the territories of the breakaway republics and talked with the people there, although we did not get to Lugansk and Donetsk.

Recall that, according to the authorities of Ukraine, in Russian prisons are now 10 political prisoners from the neighboring country, but in captivity in the LC and DNR — 109 people of Ukraine.

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