Besides, Ukraine shall appeal to theinternational community regarding Savchenko's detention. This wasstated by head of Information Policy Department of the Ministry ofForeign Affairs of Ukraine Yevgen Perebyinis, Censor NET informs citing Interfax-Ukraine.
''Once thepermission is granted, the Ukrainian consul will be ready to leaveto Voronezh immediately and meet her,'' Perebyinis said at abriefing in Kyiv on Wednesday.
Thestatement of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federationthat Savchenko herself entered the territory of the RussianFederation seems doubtful, he said.
Accordingto the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the pilot was a prisoner of themilitants. The fact that ''she was released from captivity and forsome reason was trying to get into the Russian Federation is anabsurd"
''Thereare substantiated suspicions that her movement to Russia wascarried out on the basis of agreement or cahoots of the terroristswith Russian security services,'' Perebyinis said.
Thediplomat assured that the Ukrainian party will appeal to theinternational community to release the pilot.
''We areconvinced that only subsequent stricter sanctions may influenceRussia to behave appropriately,'' the representative of the ForeignMinistry said.
Accordingto him, the situation with Savchenko only confirms that Russia doesnot want de-escalation and to behave in a civilizedmanner.
He alsodid not excepted that the Ukrainian pilot's case may be consideredin international courts due to the request of both the state andrelatives.