According to Censor.NET, citing Gordon, her lawyer Mark Feigin wrote it his Twitter.
"Nadia Savchenko was transferred from Voronezh-3 jail. This became known only this morning," Feigin wrote.
According to him, Savchenko was transferred on Monday, but it became known only on Wednesday morning. Most likely, the pilot was transferred to Moscow for investigation and psychological and psychiatric examinations.
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Nadia Savchenko, a senior lieutenant of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, participated as a volunteer of the Aidar battalion in the anti-terrorist operation in the Donbas. She was fighting in the battles onear Luhansk, where she was captured terrorists on June 18. On July 8, the Russian authorities said that Savchenko was detained in Russia in Voronezh jail. The Russian authorities charged her with involvement in the death of two Russian journalists Igor Kornelyuk and Anton Voloshin in eastern Ukraine.