Up to 2,500 people have gathered, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent reported, citing police.
Tymoshenko’s opponents, who call themselves “ordinary Kharkiv
residents,” are holding national flags and posters reading “Yulia go to
prison!” and “Yulia, stay with us and be our crime boss!”
Many are wearing black T-shirts with a picture of a discharged
electric battery and the inscription reading, “Yulia is run down,” and
“A thief must be in prison,” coupled with Tymoshenko’s image.