One of Savchenko's lawyers Nikolai Polozov wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"I visited Nadiia Savchenko in jail today. Thank God, she is on the mend. She drinks water, takes vitamin supplement mixtures, looks much better than last week. She does not have fever anymore but her blood pressure is low. However, Nadiia says it's alright.
"She laughed at the attempts of the FSB and prankers to full her, the lawyers, consuls, and all who supported her. She was surprised to learn that the lawyers allegedly "demanded" that she admitted guilt, said that it was nonsense. Nadiia is committed to follow the path she has chosen and, judging by her mood, she is ready to move mountains," Polozov wrote.
He also posted Nadiia's letter, in which she stressed that the end of her dry hunger strike had nothing to do with a letter allegedly sent by President Petro Poroshenko but was her independent decision. "It has nothing to do with fake letters," Savchenko noted.
She also underlined that none of her lawyers proposed her to plead guilty, that they all backed her position and respected her decision.
Savchenko also added that she considered Mark Feigin to be a skilled lawyer and was not going to refuse from his services: "He is constantly under pressure, which he overcomes with dignity. He is a reliable lawyer and I trust him," Nadiia wrote.
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