"180 volumes of case files. I honestly do not even know where they could get so many volumes from an elementary case related to the fact that people were paid pensions from a single treasury account. I have started getting acquainted, looked through the first volume – it is really absurd, there is no evidence. It's absolutely hollow," Yulia Tymoshenko told journalists after her latest visit to the Prosecutor General’s Office, according to the official website.
Yulia Tymoshenko also said that there are testimonies of former members of her government in the case materials, but did not specify their names. "Testimonies are such as the Prosecutor General's Office requests them to be, but do not want to spell out their names. Let it remain on their conscience," she said.
Yulia Tymoshenko said that she does not yet know the date of the next summons to the Prosecutor General’s Office for acquaintance with the case materials. "I do not know when I will be at the Prosecutor General’s Office next," she said.
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