She spoke about it on air of Shuster Live talk show, Censor.NET reports.
"I am grateful to the world community for the efforts [to save Nadiia Savchenko - ed.]. But it's too late. Nadiia's health has melted away. When I met with her the day before yesterday [in the courtroom - ed.]... I took her hands, and those hands were blue from finger tips to elbows. The legs are swollen, and boots won't fasten. I cried there," Maria Savchenko said.
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