The agreement on the transfer of sentenced in Russia for 22 years army Hopes Savchenko in Ukraine is already there, said the former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, the party of which Savchenko was elected to the Verkhovna Rada.
Their sources it did not name, but said that such opportunities have arisen thanks to the U.S. President and the German Chancellor, who has urged Russia to transfer the pilot. “According to our information, there is a solution that it will be passed in Ukraine or in exchange, or it can be handed to Ukraine on
international legal instruments to serve their sentences in Ukraine.
There is a great chance”, – quotes the statement of Tymoshenko in the air of the talk show “Shuster Live”, the Agency “Interfax”.
Optimistic and the lawyer Savchenko Ilya Novikov. He argues that the talks between the US Secretary of state John Kerry in Russia on the fate of the Ukrainian pilots were successful, a decision on its fate will be decided within two weeks. “Was voiced at the talks publicly date,
when you determine the way she will return to Ukraine”, – said Novikov.
The head of the state Department Kerry after talks with Putin was restrained on the issue Savchenko, saying that his discussion in the future is not excluded. The negotiations in General, the media were positive.
On the eve of Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed at a meeting with
Russian President Vladimir Putin, U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry
really raised the question about the case of the Ukrainian pilot. “He received the answer,
all: this has been said and the representatives of the foreign Ministry, the press service of the Kremlin. There’s nothing for me to add,” said the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
The head of the Russian presidential administration Sergei Ivanov said that the exchange of convicted Savchenko is theoretically possible only in full compliance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. The decision is up to President Putin, he said.
The court in Russia on March 22, the Ukrainian woman was sentenced to 22 years in prison
freedom. The verdict is not yet in force, but Savchenko
forbade his lawyers to appeal against it so as not to delay
the possibility of a political solution that would allow her to return to