Savchenko writes book about time in captivity, jail in Russia
Ukrainian pilot, MP and member of the Ukrainian delegation to PACE Nadia Savchenko, who was abducted and detained in Moscow jail, has written a book about her imprisonment, the copy will be ready for print in several weeks.
Savchenko's lawyer, Ilya Novikov, announced this on 112 Ukraina TV Channel.
"Today she has given me the copy of her book about imprisonment in Russia, about captivity. This is a very interesting story. I think we'll prepare the book for print in the next few weeks or a couple of months at the longest," Novikov said.
As reported earlier, Savchenko, who went on hunger strike on December 15, 2014, wrote in her recent letter that she was suffering from acute pancreatitis. At the same time, she said that the prison doctors were introducing new products, which she could not always eat and which did not comply with the diet for sufferers of such a disease.
On March 5, Savchenko agreed to partially stop her hunger strike in response to the numerous calls from the Ukrainian and international communities.