The photo copy of her appeal was published on Twitter by Savchenko’s lawyer Mark Feigin.
In her appeal Savchenko says that chicken broth which was suggested to her by Russian doctors might be dangerous for life after such a long starvation.
Due to this, Nadia Savchenko appealed to doctors asking to develop a balanced diet for her.
‘I ask doctors … to develop balanced died which I would be able to consume without risk for life’, – Savchenko wrote.
Ukrainian pilot, MP, PACE delegate Nadia Savchenko has been on hunger strike since December 15, 2014 as protest against her illegal imprisonment in Moscow jail. In course of last several days her health deteriorated significantly.
Yesterday, on March 5, the Federal Penitentiary Service informed that Savchenko had not abandoned hunger strike but agreed to drink chicken broth to maintain her health.