As reported by Censor.NET, this was concluded by Hroshi project journalists who pretended to be representatives of the militants and offered the lawmaker to help them open a "mission of the Luhansk/Donetsk People's Republics" in Kyiv under the guise of a culture center.
"It would be a little bit prematurely right now. But I think that this project is quite possible. It should be launched on St. Nicholas Day," Savchenko told the "representative of the militants" in one of Kyiv restaurants and asked him to send regards to terrorists' chieftain Alexander Zakharchenko.
Earlier, Savchenko reportedly met with terrorist leaders Zakharchenko and Plotnitsky in Minsk. Ukraine's Security Service said it was checking the information, while Savchenko herself later confirmed it.