Batkivshchyna Party leader Yulia Tymoshenko believes the latest criminal case against her announced today by the Prosecutor General’s Office has no prospects.

"The three previous criminal case have already gone wrong, now they’re launching a new one every day. They’ll soon run out of articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine," Yulia Tymoshenko's official website cited the opposition leader.

Yulia Tymoshenko also said that the investigators of the Prosecutor General’s Office did not serve her with the order on institution of criminal proceedings over gas contracts signed by her government in 2009.

"There is no order on the opening of criminal proceedings – there is no case. It exists, unfortunately, only in the PR messages of individual employees of the Prosecutor General’s Office. The Prosecutor General's Office has been transformed into a cheap PR agency of the acting president," Yulia Tymoshenko said yesterday after visiting the Prosecutor General’s Office.

The leader of the Batkivshchyna party is convinced that the new criminal case was also fabricated, as all the previous ones. "All of this is pure PR, everything is done not in the prosecutor's office, but in the office of Mr. Yanukovych, all of this is for upcoming political events," she added.

Yulia Tymoshenko said that she had waited several hours today to be presented with the order on institution of criminal proceedings against her. "They [investigators] made calls for a long time, then sorted it out, and then they were told that the order will be brought eventually. I was told to wait. I waited for an hour, but no one has brought any orders regarding a new criminal investigation. I was told to wait a little longer. But then, later on, the legendary Nechvoglod called, an investigator, and said that there is no order on institution of criminal proceedings. They simply did not have enough time to fabricate it for every press conference," she said.

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