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The decision of the European Court of Human Rights in the case "Tymoshenko vs. Ukraine" is fulfilled and does not provide for any additional actions or obligations on part of Ukraine, the Justice Ministry statement reads.
April 30, 2013, the ECHR pronounced judgment in "Tymoshenko vs. Ukraine" case. The judgment acquired the final status on July 30, 2013.
The Justice Ministry noted that the judgment in the so-called "gas case" was not the subject of consideration by the European Court, and the violations of the Convention concerning remand the applicant in custody as a restraint does not provide for review of the relevant decisions of the national courts.
"Moreover the ECHR judgment contains no requirements for the release of the prisoner, or her sending abroad for treatment," a statement reads.
It should be noted that the European Court found no political motives in violation of Tymoshenko's rights in the case.
In addition, the Court rejected the applicant's complaint about the lack of adequate medical care in the penitentiary establishments, where she was kept, and found that "national authorities gave the applicant a comprehensive, effective and transparent health care".
Moreover, the ECHR found unfounded the applicant's complaint about inadequacy of the conditions of her detention in Kyiv remand prison and the colony, as well as about failure to provide proper medical care.
The Justice Ministry said that the violations, which the Court pointed out in the case "against Tymoshenko of Ukraine" have already been corrected by the adoption of the new Code of Criminal Procedure.