Bars installed on windows of hospital to which Tymoshenko to be transferred

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April 3, 2012, 7:49 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine


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Five windows of the ninth floor of Kharkiv central clinic of Ukrzaliznytsia, where former Ukrainian Premier Yulia Tymoshenko is to be treated, have already been equipped with bars, correspondent of the Interfax-Ukraine agency reported. According to him, the old windows were changed for new ones with a special light reflecting coating.

According to the patients of the hospital, these jobs were done on Tuesday and preparations for them started on Saturday.

As reported, on April 2, Ukraine's Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka instructed the State Penitentiary Service of Ukraine and the Health Ministry of Ukraine "to organize a medical examination and treatment for Tymoshenko at a special medical establishment outside Kachanivska colony."

The press service of the Health Ministry said that Tymoshenko would be treated at the spine and peripheral nervous system pathology department of the central clinic of Ukrzaliznytsia, whose material and technical base "meets all of the requirements of German experts and was approved by all experts of the medical commission of the Health Ministry."

Earlier, in February 2012 international commission examined Tymoshenko, wrote medical prescriptions for her further treatment under proper conditions.
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