Tymoshenko: history will never forgive the failed signing of the EU agreement
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is calling on all parties involved in the battle over the signing of the Association Agreement with the EU to make responsible decisions, according to the Official web site of Yulia Tymoshenko.
"I fully understand my personal responsibility and want everyone who hasn't yet heard me to hear me now: Ukraine's future is immeasurably more important than personal and political ambition. History will never forgive those who should have done the possible and impossible for the failure of the signing of the association agreement," Yulia Tymoshenko wrote in her address to the participants of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress that took place recently in Toronto.
She said that in three weeks Ukraine will either get the ticket to the future that generations of Ukrainians dreamed of and fought for or will have to wait another three centuries. "Therefore, I reiterate that I never have and never will give the Cox-Kwasniewski mission any terms or demands concerning my fate. And I will accept any proposal from them, no matter how hard for me, for the sake of the signing of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius on November 28-29," the ex-premier said.