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Will Ukraine’s Intrepid Female Pilot be Swapped for Russian Officers Held by Ukraine?

“Freedom does not have a price! I don’t believe anyone in Russia! I’m not afraid and I will not beg!” These may be the last words that Nadiya Savchenko, Ukraine’s most famous political prisoner held by Russia, will speak. On March 3, the day her trial was scheduled to end and she was denied an opportunity to make a closing statement, Savchenko declared a hunger strike, refusing to take even water. According to her lawyer Nikolay Polozov, her decision is irrevocable.Savchenko says she will break that promise only when she is returned to Ukraine, “dead or alive.” She has forbidden …read more

Source: Atlantic Council

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