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1 March 2015 – #FreeSavchenko day. Clickable tweets here

1 March 2015 – #FreeSavchenko day. Clickable tweets here

On 1 March, tweet #FreeSavchenko. Ready clickable tweets here:

  1. Nadiya Savchenko kidnapped from Ukraine on 18th June 2014 & since held in Russia without trial. #FreeSavchenko.
  2. 79 days on Hunger Strike, Nadiya is close to death, a death which the Kremlin relishes. #FreeSavchenko.
  3. 79 days on hunger strike. What we do today is likely to be Nadiya’s Legacy. #FreeSavchenko.
  4. Today the Kremlin wants World silence on Nadiya Savchenko, please disappoint them. Join #FreeSavchenko twitter storm:
  5. Nadiya Savchenko is Dying in Moscow for Democracy, please tell the world about her sacrifice. #FreeSavchenko.
  6. The date is 01.03.2015 and yet Russia kidnaps, tortures & forces woman to die. #FreeSavchenko.
  7. Why today in Europe, is Russia allowed to kidnap, torture and force woman to die? #FreeSavchenko.
  8. 79 days on hunger strike, Nadiya’s prepared to die for justice & the Kremlin’s happy to oblige. #FreeSavchenko.
  9. How many days does it take Nadiya to die of hunger, ask the Kremlin & they’d say too many? #FreeSavchenko.
  10. As Putin critics are murdered, today on #FreeSavchenko Day, tell the World about Putin’s slow murder of Nadiya. #Nemtsov
  11. The blood of another Putin critic lies fresh on the Kremlin pavement, today on #FreeSavchenko Day, be Nadiya’s voice.
  12. Today on #FreeSavchenko Day tell the World that President Putin is 100% responsible for the LIFE of Nadiya.
  13. President Putin has given Russia the power of time travel, but sadly only back to the Dark Ages. #FreeSavchenko.
  14. The only life that Putin’s cares about is his, today protect Nadiya by giving her a voice. #FreeSavchenko.
  15. The aim of the #FreeSavchenko Campaign is to give Nadiya & her lawyers a LOUD voice. #FreeSavchenko.
  16. Today is #FreeSavchenko Day, a day to tell the World about Russia’s medieval brutality towards Nadiya.
  17. Nadiya is not afraid to die for democracy in Putin’s Russia; be her voice today, #FreeSavchenko
  18. Nadiya is fighting against the system that maims and kills those who fear it. Be her voice, join the fight. #FreeSavchenko
  19. Be the voice of Nadiya and Ukraine. Join the #FreeSavchenko twitter storm. Ready-made tweets here:
  20. Nadiya fights for freedom and democracy in Putin’s Russia. Support her today, #FreeSavchenko
  21. Nadiya Savchenko captured illegally, kidnapped to Russia, held without trial. Be her voice today, #FreeSavchenko
  22. “I have never been weak and never will be! They cannot break my spirit.” Before #FreeSavchenko dies,read her words.
  23. “#Russia and #Ukraine will prevail over powers of evil.” Before Nadiya dies, read her words. #FreeSavchenko
  24. Nadiya’s words: “The loss of one fighter is a very great loss, but it is in no way a lost war! Ukraine will win!” Today, #FreeSavchenko
  25. Nadiya Savchenko must be freed: Russia committed war crimes against her and Ukraine. #FreeSavchenko
  26. In holding Savchenko in prison, Russia violates accepted international laws and customs of warfare #FreeSavchenko
  27. The abduction of Savchenko to Russia is a violation of fundamental human rights. #FreeSavchenko

On 1 March 2015, it will be 79 days of Nadiya Savchenko’s hunger strike. The Ukrainian pilot  was captured on Ukrainian territory on 18 June 2014, kidnapped to Moscow, and imprisoned ever since. The accusations against her have undergone a bizarre evolution; her defense has refuted all of them. Deciding to fight in the only way available to her, through hunger strike, Nadiya has stood up to Putin in his invasion of Ukraine. On 26 January 2015, following a mass #FreeSavchenko campaign, PACE demanded to release Nadiya Savchenko. However, the Russian delegation answered by suspending its membership in PACE. Russian officials have refused to free Savchenko under the provisions of the Second Minsk peace agreement to release prisoners. Nadiya will not stop her hunger strike:

Until the day I return to Ukraine, or until the last day of my life in Russia! And I will not back down, otherwise what value would my words have?!

On March 1, the day of a large spring march of the Russian opposition, activists around the world will demand Putin to #FreeSavchenko. Join them in fighting for Nadiya’s freedom. On 26 January 2015, 54 cities came out to urge for her release. On 1 March 2015, it is planned that 31 cities will come out:

 More things you can do:

  • Join the facebook event and invite your friends;
  • Tweet #FreeSavchenko;
  • Stage a demo – doesn’t have to be at a Russian embassy, could be in a public place of where you live;
  • Contact your media and request to be interviewed or for them to do a story on Nadiya. The more the world speaks out for her, the more chances she will live!
  • Write or tweet to politicians to urge for them to speak out for her release. Ideas in the clickable tweets from the January 26 day twitter storm;
  • Print and spread leaflets about Nadiya – you can download them here in Ukrainian, Russian, English, French, Czech, German, Spanish, Polish.


Find more resources on Nadiya in the press release for the 26 January Day of Action (photos, videos, articles).

Follow @GlasnostGone on twitter and check his tumblr for more updates.

Images in English:

Images in Ukrainian:

Lots of more graphics in FB album on Euromaidanpress


Clip to support the kidnapped Ukrainian pilot Savchenko released by TV channel Ukraine Today together with Ukraine’s MFA (German, French, Ukrainian, Portugese in link):


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