“The current authorities have been neglecting them [the
recommendations] for two weeks. We did not know to the last whether she
would be summoned to court, and yesterday they again forbade her to meet
with her defense lawyer,” Vlasenko told journalists in Kharkiv on
Vlasenko stressed that the doctors did not recommend the ex-premier
to limit number of meetings, as they just recommended her to have an
eight-week period of rest.
He added that as soon as Tymoshenko gets better, she will attend
hearings of the criminal case on the activities of the United Energy
Systems of Ukraine (UESU) Corporation.