The pretrial investigation on criminal cases against former PM Yulia Tymoshenko regarding purchasing of ambulances and usage of 'Kyoto' money has been finished, Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.

He also noted that lawyers are delaying the process, claiming they need time to study the materials thoroughly. "We gave them this opportunity," Pshonka said and added there are no other criminal cases against Tymoshenko.

At the same time the Prosecutor General wants to give legal evaluation of the resolution of 2005 issued by former Prosecutor General Svyatoslav Piskun on closure of all criminal cases against Tymoshenko. "We will wait for the evaluation, whether this resolution was legal," he said.

Pshonka also reminded that there were criminal cases against Tymoshenko, which were closed on court decision. The Prosecutor General believes it is necessary to check the absence of haste or law violations when Ukrainian courts closed those cases.

As a reminder, prosecution accuses Yulia Tymoshenko of power abuse during the state purchase of allegedly specialized ambulances 'Opel Combo'. The total amount of born state losses is 67 million UAH.

Tymoshenko is also accused of inappropriate use of 180 million euros and 200 million euros, received by Ukraine on Kyoto protocol.

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