European Parliament’s ex-President Pat Cox and former Polish President Alexander Kwasniewski arrived on Sunday at the clinic in Kharkiv, where former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is undergoing medical treatment.

The European Parliament’s motorcade entered the clinic’s courtyard at 3.15 pm to hear Tymoshenko’s sympathizers chanting: “Freedom to Yulia!”, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

Earlier, deputy head of the State Penitentiary Service Oleksandr Duka, regional penitentiary service chief Yevhen Barash, Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor Hennadiy Tiurin and Oversight Prosecutor Ihor Krasnolobov had arrived at the hospital.

The European Parliament’s representatives plan to stay in Ukraine until May 28 and meet with Ukrainian officials to discuss issues covered by their mandate.

Cox and Kwasniewski were appointed to monitor Tymoshenko’s trials, and started working on June 11, 2012 by agreement between Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and European Parliament President Martin Schultz.

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