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It is necessary to exert "massive economic and political pressure" on Russian President Vladimir Putin, Savchenko said in an interview with German tabloid BILD, DW reported.

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"I think the world should realize in the end that Putin's craving will never be satisfied. He wants to capture new regions and countries, again and again," she said.