Member of the Ukrainian Supreme Rada Nadezhda Savchenko has produced another sensation. Speaking on the NewsOne channel, she said that the leader of the Ukrainian Batkivshchyna party Yulia Tymoshenko met with the head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), Alexander Zakharchenko.
"When I went to Alexander Zakharchenko, I learned that Yulia Vladimirovna (Tymoshenko) used to talk to Zakharchenko on the verge of Maidan collapse before the war, but Yulia Vladimirovna tried to avoid it and condemned me for having communicated with Zakharchenko. … At that time she wanted to be supported by Donbass, but Donbass did not support her. She was reminded of that nuclear bomb and barbed wire," she said.
According to the MP, the Ukrainian party ("Fatherland") shows hypocrisy, which is actively covered up.
In recent days, Savchenko's media activity has grown significantly, which in no small way promoted by her political enemies. The Supreme Rada even passed a special law banning weapons inside the parliament. This happened after Ukraine's Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko accused Nadezhda Savchenko of planning to stage a terrorist attack in the Rada. According to the prosecutor, she intended "to blow up two lodges in parliament with combat hand grenades, to fire the dome of the parliament from mortar shells, and to shoot those who would survive."