“We are not going to do anything. Our judicial system has to work and
rely on the facts. One should not even talk about a situation when our
friends advise us on our further actions only because they sympathize
for someone and don’t even know what actually happened. We obeyed Russia
for too long, and no one should tell us what to do,” Gryshchenko said.
The Ukrainian minister said European politicians should consider in details the criminal case against Tymoshenko.
“Unfortunately, our partners [in the EU] need some time to understand
all of the aspects of the [Tymoshenko] case. We’re speaking about the
way in which irresponsibility should be treated. The public demands
officials take responsibility for the current situation,” he said.