The chief Prosecutor's office of Ukraine carries out the proceedings in connection with the disappearance from the Department of materials in criminal cases concerning former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, for example, by illegal use of money received by Ukraine from the sale of quotas for greenhouse gas emissions under the Kyoto Protocol, informs journal LB. Ua. Referring to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin.
"I'll tell you more: gone not only criminal cases, but classified material - secret paperwork. And among them, what concerned orders Viktor Pshonka. Currently conduct a service trial - as gone, where and So on " - the magazine gives the words of Shokin.
Tymoshenko at different times was held in the form of the defendant on a number of criminal cases conducted by the investigative bodies of Russia and Ukraine and related to the theft of state property, smuggling, bribery, evasion of tax and other similar crimes.
one of them, the So-called " gas case, for abuse of authority during signing gas agreements with Russia eleven October 2011 Tymoshenko was sentenced to seven years of serving the sentence without further rights for three years to hold public office. The decision was in part retribution for the third part of article 365 of the Criminal code of Ukraine which prescribes punishment in the form of punishment with a term of seven to ten years.
at the end of 2011, the former Prime Minister was transported to the colony in Kharkiv since may 2012, Tymoshenko was in the Kharkiv clinic because of issues with his back. She was diagnosed with intervertebral hernia. Treatment of ex-Premier was carried out under the supervision of doctors at a Berlin hospital " charit? ".
in the second case of former Ukrainian Premier blame in financial fraud in the 2nd part of the 1990-ies, when she headed the largest at the time the Corporation " United energy systems of Ukraine ". Tymoshenko was never present at the court meeting, indicating poor health.
in 2013, the chief Prosecutor's office resumed the proceedings against Tymoshenko on " Kyoto money ". So, Tymoshenko was charged with misuse of 380 million euros, which Ukraine received under the Kyoto Protocol.
February 22 2014 Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the resolution " on implementation of international commitments of Ukraine regarding Yulia Tymoshenko ", allowing to release former Prime Minister. On the same day it was released.