"I have to make an urgent statement: Consulate General of Ukraine and I became subjects to an impudent special operation this morning... Nadiia was delivered a fake letter from the president of Ukraine to discredit her in connection with the end of a dry hunger strike," Feigin wrote.
"The Kremlin is busy discrediting both Savchenko and her lawyers and Ukraine's state bodies instead of solving the issue on her exchange... I apologize to all those, who have read this letter. We are subjects to cultivation and there is little we can counter it with," Feigin added.
His next post was the following: "My Twitter account is being hacked right now."
Speaking with Censor.NET correspondent, who is currently in Novocherkassk (the Rostov region of the Russian Federation), Feigin confirmed that the letter delivered to Savchenko was forged.
"I received it through the Consulate General. Moskalenko (Consul General of Ukraine in Rostov-on-Don - Ed.) was hoodwinked. It's a special operation."
"The Consul General of Ukraine in Rostov-on-Don Vitalii Moskalenko received a call from the Presidential Administration of Ukraine last night with a request to give my phone number in order to hand me Poroshenko's letter to Nadiia Savchenko. The mentioned person sent me a letter that I delivered to Nadiia today… Nadiia Savchenko has previously been requested by all, who supported her, to stop the hunger strike. Petro Poroshenko was among these people. Nadiia has ended the hunger strike after she heard about the degree of support that she was receiving from all around the world. I and lawyer Polozov are quite often asked for confirmation of FSB interference in our activities. Here it is," Feigin wrote on Facebook later.
Earlier, spokesman for the head of state Sviatoslav Tseholko said that Poroshenko did not send a letter to Savchenko.