: #FreeSavchenko: Verdict in Nadiya Savchenko's controversial trial expected on 22 March
Opinion19:52 Mar. 21, 2016

#FreeSavchenko: Verdict in Nadiya Savchenko's controversial trial expected on 22 March

LetMyPeopleGo campaign coordinator on symbolic trial of Ukrainian pilot in Russia 

"We had no illusions [about Nadiya Savchenko's verdict] after verdicts in other cases of Ukrainian citizens on trial in Russia. We have 8 or 9 [guilty] verdicts at the moment. The main question is what steps will the Ukrainian government take following the verdict – whether they will make enough efforts to have her released" - #LetMyPeopleGo campaign coordinator Ms. Maria Tomak said about the anticipated ‘guilty' verdict in Nadiya Savchenko's trial.

Watch also Chairman of Ukrainian Helsinki union on Savchenko trial

"Nadiya Savchenko's verdict can be a key moment, following which very important decisions can be taken regarding Savchenko, and also regarding other prisoners […] after Savchenko's verdict the real negotiations can start"

Read also Nadiya Savchenko Detention: Key facts and dates (Infographic)

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