Feygin posted this on Twitter.
"I’ve left the detention center [where Savchenko is imprisoned]. She sends her congratulations to all Ukrainians on the victory of Jamala. She has asked to congratulate her separately,” the lawyer wrote.
A reminder that on March 22 Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko was sentenced by a Russian court to 22 years in prison under the articles "murder" and "attempted murder" and was also ordered to pay a fine. The defense claims that the charges have been fabricated for political reasons. Negotiations on her exchange/return to Ukraine are ongoing.