Angelina Timofeeva. The German Ombudsman Christoph Strasser was expressed on Thursday concern over the ban on entry into the Russian sisters Nadezhda Savchenko Faith, according to a petition released by the foreign Ministry of Germany.
earlier in the week the lawyer Ukrainka Savchenko, accused of belonging to the death of Russian correspondents in the Donbass, mark Feigin said that her sister denied entry to the site of the Russian Federation until 2020. According to his statement, about this Faith Savchenko at a checkpoint Cherkovo-Cretaceous on the border of Russia and Ukraine. Donetsk city court on Thursday decided to request the competent authorities of the Russian Federation, and in truth if there is such a ban.
"I am greatly concerned by reports that Faith Savchenko, sister of the accused in the Russian Federation Ukrainian pilots Hope Savchenko, October 13 forbidden entry to the country. Faith Savchenko is an important witness protection on the process of his sister, " said Strasser.
according to him, this decision of the Russian authorities " severely restricts the work of lawyers ". The Ombudsman once again tried to persuade the Russian authorities to release the Ukrainian pilot.
review of the investigation, Savchenko, being the officer military power of Ukraine, on June 17, 2014 near the village Metalist Luhansk region was watching and changing the artillery fire on the area of the roadblock militias self-proclaimed LNR, where, and among them were the Russian correspondents VGTRK. In the result of attack two Russian citizens were killed.
in addition, according to the investigation, not later than 23 June 2014, Savchenko illegally crossed the border of Ukraine and Russia in the area of the checkpoint " Donetsk-Northern ", after which it was mated. Itself Savchenko all fundamentally rejects the charges and informs that she was kidnapped in Ukraine and forcibly transported to the Russian Federation. In her defense many times expressed by the majority of Ukrainian politicians, as well as among them the head Petro Poroshenko.