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  • Prosecutor: Tymosenko to be charged with murder ‘in two weeks time’

    Interview | Europe's East 10-05-2012

    The Ukrainian prosecution will press murder charges against the country’s former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in two weeks time, Deputy Prosecutor General Renat Kuzmin, responsible for her case, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.

  • Yalta summit divides Europe, again

    News | Europe's East 02-05-2012

    A summit of the presidents of Central European countries due in Yalta, Ukraine, on 11-12 May, will be attended by some EU leaders and boycotted by others, EURACTIV has learned. Ironically, Yalta is a symbol of the division of Europe during the Cold War, following the February 1945 meeting there between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin.

  • Ukraine signals possible solution to Tymoshenko case

    News | Europe's East 26-04-2012

    Meeting with journalists in Brussels yesterday (25 April), Ukrainian First Deputy Prime Minister Valeriy Khoroshkovskiy said that if "all problems" between Ukraine and the EU were solved, the Parliament in Kyiv could pass extraordinary legislation to set former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko free from jail. 

  • Tymoshenko absent as new trial begins

    News | Europe's East 19-04-2012

    A new trial of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko - already serving a seven-year prison term on abuse-of-office charges - opened today (19 April) with the defendant refusing to attend on grounds of poor health.

  • Tymoshenko dismisses murder charges

    News | Europe's East 10-04-2012

    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, serving a seven-year prison sentence on abuse-of-office charges, has dismissed new allegations of her involvement in the murder of a parliamentary deputy nearly 16 years ago. 

  • Tymoshenko to receive treatment outside prison

    News | Europe's East 03-04-2012

    Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko will receive treatment for her back problems in a hospital outside the Kharkiv prison where she is presently detained, the country's authorities announced yesterday (2 April).

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