Ukrainian troops commander Nadiya Savchenko, who was liberated this week after dual years in a Russian jail, has announced her willingness to turn Ukrainian President, a Interfax news group reported Friday.
“Ukrainians: if we need me to turn your president, afterwards we will be president,” pronounced Savchenko during a initial press-conference following her release.
Later on in a press-conference, Savchenko pronounced that she was not going to turn boss yet, Ukrainian news website hromadske.tv reported
Savchenko also pronounced that nonetheless she would like to offer again in a Ukrainian Air Force she would work wherever she was indispensable most.
“I would like to fly, though we will do what is best for Ukraine. It doesn’t matter for me where we am to urge Ukraine. If necessary, we will do so on a battlefield,” she said, according to TASS.
Savchenko was condemned by a Russian justice to 22 years in jail over a impasse in a murder of dual Russian reporters during a dispute in East Ukraine. She was exchanged on Wednesday for dual Russian soldiers, Alexander Alexandrov and Yevgeny Yerofeyev, who were prisoner in eastern Ukraine.
Savchenko is a member of a Ukraine’s Batkivshchyna Party and has been recently allocated to a Ukrainian parliament’s Committee on National Security and Defense. She will start her work on May 31.
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