“We have enough grounds to indict her,” Kuzmin said in an interview published in the Thursday issue of the Russian-language newspaper Segodnya (Today).
Asked when these charges could be brought against Tymoshenko, Kuzmin said, “As German doctors said, she needs to rest from stress for eight weeks [roughly until the end of September]. So we are waiting for this term to expire. As soon as the doctors say that she can be bothered, we will come to her with the charges immediately. We have everything ready for this.”
The Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office has officially asked the U.S. authorities to provide assistance in questioning former Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko, he said.