Tymoshenko would be charged next month with involvement in the 1996 murder of Yevhen Shcherban.
Prosecutors in Ukraine said they were ready to charge the jailed opposition leader Yuliya Tymoshenko with involvement in murder, reads The Australian report.
In a move likely to increase tensions with the West, deputy chief prosecutor Renat Kuzmin said proceedings would begin as soon as Ms Tymoshenko's treatment for a spinal condition was over.
The former prime minister was jailed for seven years in October for abuse of office over a gas contract she signed with Russia in 2009. The US and the EU condemned the trial as politically motivated and Ms Tymoshenko accused her bitter rival President Viktor Yanukovych of a "political lynching" to prevent her challenging him for power.