"There is no law that would categorically rule out such a possibility, but it is not a simple matter as you might think. Mutual inter-state political solutions are needed for her treatment in Germany. But this possibility does exist," Kuzmin emphasized.
At the same time, he saw a selective attitude to the convict in the possible transportation of Tymoshenko: "The disease, which she demonstrates as severe, is a common intervertebral hernia. We probably have such hernias. These hernias affect about 80 percent of the world population older than 40 years. By the way, in the colony, where Tymoshenko is serving her sentence, more than 100 women have such a diagnosis. And no one invites them abroad for treatment. But I see this as extremely selective attitude in favor of convict Tymoshenko. There is no such privileged convict in the world," Kuzmin emphasized.
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