The Ukrainian pilot and politician Nadiya Savchenko thanked the participants of the rally held on March 1 and said she would not die until the walls of the Kremlin were broken, Joinfo.ua reports with a link to her lawyer Mark Feygin's post on Twitter.
"I thank the people who came out to the solidarity rally for justice against criminal death on March 1, 2015. I am with you, I will not die as long as we do not break the walls of this bloody prison of nations called the Kremlin!" Savchenko wrote.
It should be recalled that Nadiya Savchenko has been on a hunger strike for more than 80 days.