"We're not going to do anything. Our judicial system has to work and rely on facts. Our friends cannot advise what we should do just because they sympathize with someone, not knowing what happened exactly. We were under Russian rule too long, to be said what we should do now," Hryshchenko said.
Ukrainian foreign minister noted that European policymakers need detailed investigation in the Tymoshenko’s case.
"Unfortunately, our partners (the EU - Ed.) need some time before they know all the aspects of the case (Tymoshenko’s case - Ed.). The question is how to treat the lack of responsibility. Society wants officials to take responsibility for what happened," foreign minister said.
"The issue is deeper as it may seem: the situation in the police under Lutsenko gave rise to many cases. Judiciary was not independent then and was in a terrible state ... Today it is much better," the head of the Foreign Ministry said.
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