Krapivin confirmed the fact that the Ukrainian woman was transferred back to prison. The chief doctor also said that Savchenko's health condition was satisfactory, Joinfo.ua reports.
"With regard to the patient Savchenko, I can report that she was thoroughly examined using high-tech methods of diagnosis. In the course of the consultation it was confirmed that Savchenko's health condition is satisfactory, and therefore the patient can be monitored by the doctors in the detention center," said Krapivin.
At the same time, Savchenko's lawyer Mark Feigin on his page noted that her advocates were checking whether the Ukrainian woman was delivered back in the medical unit of the Moscow detention center.
Earlier today, the Ukrainian Embassy in Russia sent a note to the Russian Foreign Ministry, asking to meet the request of the Ukrainian pilot to transfer her from the hospital back to prison. The document was published on Feygin's Twitter account.
It should be recalled on the eve of April 29, one of the lawyers of Savchenko – Ilya Novikov – wrote that conditions in the city hospital of Moscow were worse than in prison. In this regard, the lawyers asked to return Savchenko to the medical unit of the prison.