Estonia urges to ban Russian officials, involved in Savchenko’s case, from entering EU

Estonia urges to ban Russian officials, involved in Savchenko’s case, from entering EU

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The Parliament of Estonia (the Riigikogu) urges to ban the Russian officials, involved in the trial of Nadiya Savchenko, from entering the territory of the European Union.

This is said in the statement of the Estonian Parliament, published on the official website

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"The Riigikogu urges to ban the Russian officials, responsible for detention, imprisonment and illegal trial of Savchenko, from entering the territory of the European Union," reads the statement.

In addition, the Parliament urges the Russian Federation to immediately release Nadiya Savchenko and return her to Ukraine.

"The Riigikogu expresses serious concern about the fate of member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Nadiya Savchenko and calls for release of Savchenko, detained in the territory of Ukraine and illegally held in Russian prison now," says the statement.

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