Savchenko’s lawyer Ilya Novikov informed this on March 12.
Savchenko handed over the manuscript to him and Novikov says it is very interesting.
He believes that the book will be prepared for printing in several weeks (maximum a couple of moths).
Nadia Savchenko announced hunger strike against her illegal imprisonment on December 15, 2015.
After 80 days of starvation her health deteriorated.
On March 5 she agreed to partially cease hunger strike to drink some broth.
Later Savchenko’s lawyer Mark Feigin informed that Savchenko had difficulties with digesting food offered by Russian doctors in prison. She refused to drink broth a decided to get out of starvation on recommendations from Ukrainian doctors. Later lawyers brought Savchenko special food.