In the United States to improve the nutrition butinai after the Embassy’s intervention

© AP PhotoМария Butina. Archival photoIn the United States to improve the nutrition butinai after the Embassy’s intervention© AP Photo

After the intervention of Russian diplomats, the U.S. government improved the diet of detained in the U.S.’s Butinai, told the official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

«We continue to work for the release of arrested in the USA on openly false charges of Russian women’s Butinai. Employees of the Russian Embassy in Washington on September 13 visited our compatriot in prison. It turned out that against it still on a regime of «administrative segregation», which is distributed usually on dangerous criminals,» — said Zakharov on the briefing.

After the efforts of Russian diplomats the U.S. government «went to some normalization of the conditions of detention of the citizen, in particular by improving her diet», said the representative of the foreign Ministry.

Zakharova also said that the average Russian diplomats to support Butinai some unscrupulous us media touted as «evidence of its link with the Russian authorities» and the matter of Butynol used for political struggle in the United States.

«We again call for the speedy release of the political prisoner’s Botinol» — concluded Zakharov.

Mary Butina detained in the USA in July, she faces up to 15 years in prison. She is accused of conspiracy to commit an agent of a foreign government without registering with the U.S. Department of justice, as well as directly in the work of a foreign agent. Butina told the court about his innocence. The lawyer of Russians said that she wasn’t doing anything illegal, and her connections in the United States are fully explained by studies at the local University majoring in «international relations».

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