Ex-Premier Yulia Tymoshenko, who undergoes treatment at Ukrzaliznytsia Central Clinical Hospital, will hardly take an option on emigration, holding onto the vestiges of her power in jail.

An article, posted on the website of the Berlin TV channel N-TV says about this, Ukrinform reports.
“In Germany, her (Tymoshenko's - Ed.) disease will be quickly treated, following that she will have two variants: either to return to Ukraine, where she will be imprisoned again, or to remain in exile in Germany, but then it will look as an attempt to avoid responsibility and will mean the loss of the remains of her political influence. But one who knows Yulia, knows that she will sooner rot in jail than go to nowhere,” the author of the material notes.

The N-TV reminds that Charite doctors said on June 21 about the necessity of an operation for Tymoshenko. At the same time, Berlin doctor Karl-Marx Einhaupl did not mention where exactly the invasive therapy should be used. However, the Polish Gazeta Wyborcza made it instead of him. This theme was developed by member of the European Parliament's monitoring commission Aleksander Kwasniewski, who said about Tymoshenko's leaving for treatment abroad in late September.
In turn, the N-TV adds, U.S. Ambassador John Tefft and European Union representative Jan Tombinski reached an agreement with the Ukrainian authorities: Tymoshenko's release would enable the signature of the Association Agreement, initialed as far back as in March last year.

“All this points out to the fact that Yanukovych makes a “humanitarian gesture,” which will open a way to Europe for Ukraine,” the German publication reads and stresses: “However, it seems that both camps agreed on their scenario without Tymoshenko. Instead of receiving her ticket to freedom and starting a new life, Tymoshenko, obviously, hardly clings to the last vestiges of her power and refuses to ask Yanukovych about her going abroad.”


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