Tymoshenko's health in no danger - Ukrainian penitentiary service
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- Tymoshenko finds no proof of own guilt in prosecution's materials
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- Ukrainian court refuses to admit into evidence documents requested by Tymoshenko
- Tymoshenko wants "gas case" materials announced in full
- Tymoshenko petitions to be heard on Thursday
- Tymoshenko: Case materials missing
- Tymoshenko requests medical checkup once again
- Tymoshenko blames Yanukovich for detrimental gas contracts
- Tymoshenko allowed to see personal doctor, her health satisfactory
KIEV, September 22 - RAPSI. Doctors found former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko's health condition satisfactory, the penitentiary service reported on Thursday.
Tymoshenko has been kept in custody since August 5. Her attorneys said she was running a temperature and may be infected with tuberculosis.
Tymoshenko is visited by government-appointed doctors, but she rejects their assistance for lack of trust to them and requests her personal doctor.
According to the penitentiary service a group of Health Ministry doctors, including her personal physician, visited Tymoshenko on Wednesday. She refused having a comprehensive medical checkup.
The Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office has charged Tymoshenko with abuse of power in approving a gas supply contract between the Russian Gazprom and Ukrainian Naftogaz in 2009, while she was serving as prime minister.