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“She read a letter [from her associates urging her to stop the hunger strike] and said she would make a decision in the near future and will make it public through her defenders,” Kozhemiakin told journalists following a meeting with the ex-prime minister.

Kozhemiakin said he had passed a letter to Tymoshenko along with another defense lawyer, Serhiy Sas.

“My impressions from what we saw are quite sad and depressing. Because the 16th day of a hunger strike obviously does not benefit anyone. Despite being in a fighting mood, she looks like a person who has been starving for the 16th day. To be honest, I am afraid her hunger strike could lead to any of the consequences, of which I have told my colleagues,” he said.

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