This is reported by Censor.NET's correspondent, who is currently in Novocherkassk, the Rostov region of the Russian Federation.
According to the reporter, Ukrainian consuls Oleksandr Kovtun and Vitalii Moskalenko visited the Ukrainian pilot in the 3rd remand prison of Novocherkassk, the Rostov region.
Consul General Moskalenko said that it is visible that Nadiia has been on dry hunger strike since March 3. "We were trying to talk her out of this, prove, argue that she has won and needs to save her life. ... But she refused, said she was ready to do or die and will be on hunger strike until the end," Moskalenko said.
According to him, Savchenko hopes to be able to say her last plea in the court on March 9. She expects to be returned to Ukraine on her terms now, Moskalenko said, which are either release or absolution.
"Logically, she should be pardoned, because she had not done what she is accused of. This is obvious to everyone, including prosecutors and judges. But as long as the process is political, no one doubts that she would be convicted," Moskalenko said.
Consul General noted that they informed Savchenko of all meetings and demonstrations for her support in Ukraine and the world.
"Of course, this is a support for her. But the person on dry hunger strike is short of emotions. She was pleased," he said.
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