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You're reading: What EU should do about Yanukovych

Viktor Yanukovych is a unique president. He is probably the only head of a European state who thinks that ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko’s case is not politically motivated, and that Ukrainian courts are free.

With the same stubbornness, Yanukovych continues to pretend that he sees no connection between the Aug. 5 arrest of Tymoshenko and the negotiations over an association and free-trade agreement with the European Union.

The European Union itself is partially to blame for it, having said before that the Tymoshenko case is on one track, while the association negotiations are on a different one.

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