Batkivshchyna Party leader and former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko believes there is insufficient evidence to try her for abuse of office.

"There is no familiarization with the case materials because the prosecutor’s office understands that they fell into a trap of empty accusations regarding Kyoto money. They have reopened the pre-trial investigation and are no longer giving me case materials to study because there is simply no evidence to send this case even to our corrupt courts," Yulia Tymoshenko said Tuesday before her latest visit to the Prosecutor General’s Office.

Tymoshenko also told the press tha the Prosecutor General’s Office had turned down her petition to close the criminal case against her.

"Today I received a response from the prosecutor general to my petition to close the criminal case into the Kyoto money. He refused, despite the fact that we presented detailed arguments explaining that no crime was committed and that the Kyoto money was never spent," she said.

"The Kyoto money has been in a special account since it was received and was never reallocated," Tymoshenko stressed.

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