The presidential Council on human rights (HRC) on the first day of the week was sent to the Investigative Committee's handling of the petition to allow human rights defenders to visit again in jail Ukrainian pilots Hope Savchenko, to learn about the state of her health, on March 16 or 17, but the response from the office until not received.
"We sent a letter with a request to visit again Hope Savchenko, as it caused her health," said Fins news the head of the human rights Council Mikhail Fedotov, adding that in the letter the story is about the visit on March 16 or 17. According to him, as long as the response from the IC human rights defenders have not received.
He Also said that as long as the Council no official response to the request to attend arrested for the murder of Boris Nemtsov.
Fedotov and the head of the Fund " Fair use ", a member of the HRC Elizaveta Glinka, known as the doctor Lisa, bless and Hope to visit again Savchenko in custody "sailor's silence" in the near future, they need proper permission from the Investigating Department. Fedotov and Glinka has repeatedly visited Savchenko in custody, the last time on 6 March.
Accused of belonging in the death of Russian correspondents Ukrainian pilots Hope Savchenko is hosted in Russian jail since the summer of 2014. More than 70 days she was on hunger strike, demanding to return to their homeland. Not so long ago she started out from hunger. Savchenko accused of belonging to the deprivation of life 2 correspondents VGTRK in the Donbass. Investigators believe that she had the function of a spotter fire with fire. According to the information of the RF IC, tied Savchenko in Russia, where she moved in the summer of 2014 under the guise of a refugee.
on the first day of the weekend Savchenko visited Ukrainian Doctors. After a visit doctors lawyer Savchenko Nikolai Polozov said that doctors have adjusted the diet and a course of drugs. They also did not find an irreversible change, but out of the strike ought smoothly, ending her hunger strike will continue for 2 months, in terms of hospital treatment, said the lawyer. The doctors advised her not to resume the hunger strike, as in this case, the negative consequences will come much faster.