The transfer of the Ukrainian female pilot from Voronez to Russia, where she will most probably undergo “psychiatric observation”, was reported by Polish Radio relying on information from the Open Dialog Foundation.
Rebecca Harms, German MEP and co-chair of the Greens and the Free European Alliance faction, was not allowed into Russia despite holding a diplomatic passport. She was travelling to Moscow upon a request from the Open Dialog Foundation and the family of Nadiya Savchenko, to act as an observer during
Ukranian pilot, Nadiya Savchenko has been transferred from the detention facility in Voronezh, Russia to the Moscow detention centre for women ‘SIZO-6 Pechatniki’. A hearing in which the court will consider the appeal of the defence, who did not agree to the forced psychiatric examination of their
The Open Dialog Foundation provides defence for Nadiya Savchenko, the pilot kidnapped by the RF, by funding the works of a team of counsels as well as by providing objective coverage of the proceedings globally through the organisation of international observation missions.
The fate of the abducted Ukrainian pilot, activities of the Open Dialog Foundation and key developments in Ukraine over recent months were discussed in RDC radio’s afternoon programme Popołudnie RDC by Bartosz Kramek, Chair of the Open Dialog Foundation’s Council.
Quoting the sources of the Open Dialog Foundation, TVN 24 informed of the decision of the Voronezh court, which extended the detention of Nadiya Savchenko and ordered the Ukrainian pilot to undergo a “stationary psychiatric expert examination“.