Tymoshenko was persuaded to stop hunger strike – Moiseenko
Ex Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko, which undergoes medical treatment in Ukrzaliznytsya Central Hospital in Kharkiv, was persuaded to stop hunger strike.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, first deputy Health Ministry of Ukraine, head of International Medical Commission Raisa Moiseenko said this at press conference in Kharkiv.
According to her words, “joint commission continues work” in staff of physicians of the Health Ministry and Specialists of Charite Berlin hospital.
According to the words of R. Moiseenko, German physicians in presence of deputy head doctor of Ukrzaliznytsya Central hospital, doctor in charge of Yu. Tymoshenko from the Ukrainian side Iryna Fursa carried out a medical examination and spoke to her.
“In result of a talk they reached an arrangement that Yulia Volodymyrivna will start eating”, - said R. Moiseenko.
She noted that food has already been delivered to the ward of the ex Prime Minister.