The former lawyer of Nadiya Savchenko, first convicted in Russia for the murder of Russian correspondents in the Donbass, and pardoned by the decree of President Vladimir Putin, said that she came to the capital of Russia for participation in the trial in the case of members of the Ukrainian extreme right-wing organization UNA-UNSO Nicholas Karpyuk and Stanislaus Cliche.
"Hope Savchenko arrived in the capital of Russia to appeal Karpyuk and Cliche in the Supreme court ", – wrote Ilya Novikov on Wednesday on his page on Twitter.
Russia's Supreme court on Wednesday will check the legality of the verdict to two members of the Ukrainian right-wing extremist organization Nikolay Karpyuk and Stanislav Klychu. Before the Supreme court of Chechnya sentenced them to 22, 5 and 20 years in a strict regime colony. Karpyuk was arrested in Russia in March 2014, Klyh – in the last month of the summer of the same year. As reported by the RF IC, they referred to the gang, consisting of " members of the nationalist organization UNA-UNSO* ". According to the Russian investigation, at the end of 1994 – 1995 they fought in Chechnya against Russian Federal forces. Karpyuk, according to media reports, is one of the Directors of the UNA-UNSO and the representative banned in Russia as extremist Ukrainian organization " Right sector* ". Remember, after negotiations with the relatives of the dead in the Donbass correspondents and, at their request, Russian President Vladimir Putin on 25 may signed an order On pardon of the Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, convicted on the case about the murder of journalists VGTRK in the Donbass. Savchenko was brought to Ukraine. On the same day in the Russian Federation returned prisoners in Ukraine and pardoned by the President of this country Petro Poroshenko, the citizens of Russia, Alexander Alexandrov and Evgeny Erofeev.
* Organization, regarding which the court accepted entered into legal force of the conclusion About destruction or prohibition of activity on the grounds stipulated by the Federal law "On countering extremist activity"