Tymoshenko announces indefinite hunger strike
Ex Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko announced an indefinite hunger strike with a demand to President of Ukraine Victor Yanukovych...
Ex Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko announced an indefinite hunger strike with a demand to President of Ukraine Victor Yanukovych to sign Association Agreement with the EU.
It is said in her address that her defender Serhiy Vlasenko read before the participants of EuroMaidan at European Square in Kyiv, the press service of the Batkivshchyna disclosed to UNIAN.
“I’m so happy that hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians came out to EuroMaidans all around the world. They came out to prevent the ruling mafia from killing our European choice and ruining our life. I’m proud to be Ukrainian, to feel myself a part of the great and strong nation that managed to gain independence and preserve it despite everything, that managed to survive Holodomor and Soviet tortures, managed to rise and win its freedom during the Orange Revolution and found strength to rise today on all EuroMaidans to win once again”, stressed Yulia Tymoshenko, according to Official web site of Yulia Tymoshenko.
“As a sign of unity and solidarity with everyone who is fighting on all EuroMaidans in Ukraine and around the globe, I go on a indefinite hunger strike with a demand for Yanukovych to sign the Association and Free Trade Agreements with the EU”, underlined the opposition leader, according to Official web site of Yulia Tymoshenko.
She addressed Ukrainians with a call to increase forces at Maidan.