The Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko has been on the hunger strike in the Moscow jail for 66 days already. Nadiya's sister sent Putin a letter asking to send the prisoner to Ukraine for treatment and offering herself instead of Nadiya, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to one of the Ukrainian TV channels.
Because of daily droppers Savchenko's veins started to swell. The doctors in jail give her a cup of thick unknown solution, the pilot's lawyers and family say. According to the prison staff, Nadiya weakens and may soon fall into a coma. The level of sugar and blood pressure in her organism has lowered, and body temperature decreases.
As it is known, the Moscow court refused to release Nadiya Savchenko, despite the results of the negotiations in Minsk. Putin urges to judge Nadiya Savchenko, however, human rights activists say that the prisoner may not live until the prisoners' dock. Once a week the defenders of the Ukrainian pilot send the investigators a petition to change the measure of restraint to house arrest.
It should be recalled that a few days ago, the U.S. Senate has prepared a resolution on liberation of the Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko.
The document states that the Senate "condemns the Government of the Russian Federation for its illegal imprisonment of Nadiya Savchenko"; calls on the Government of the Russian Federation to immediately release her, urges the U.S. and its European allies and the international community to "aggressively support efforts to release Nadiya Savchenko and other illegally detained persons"; "expresses solidarity with the Ukrainian people."