German doctors performed the brain tomography and conducted electrical measurements of nerve functions to former Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko. The doctors concluded that the ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine remains under constant stress due to the fear of judgment.
"First off, the stress is caused by the fact that the patient experiences the constant fear of being involved in the following trials that would bring new charges against her. The stress is also caused by the fact that information about the patient appears in the media from time to time, which we would not allow," said the head of Berlin's Charite Hospital Karl Max Einhaupl, MIGnews reports.
He also added that Tymoshenko had an organic disease, although the doctor did not specify it. Einhaupl said that personal meetings could only help Tymoshenko improve her health, Rosbalt reports.
Yulia Tymoshenko has been serving her seven-year sentence since October 2011 for power abuse committed during negotiations about gas contracts with Russia. As Pravda.Ru wrote before, on May 9th, Tymoshenko was transferred from Kachanovsky colony in the Kharkiv region to Central Clinical Hospital No. 5, where she currently stays under the supervision of German doctors.
There were also other charges brought against the former prime minister of Ukraine. The charges were about the activities of corporation United Energy Systems of Ukraine, which Tymoshenko was in charge of during the 1990s. This case is pending at court. In addition, the Prosecutor General Office suspects Yulia Tymoshenko of her implication in the murder of deputy Evgeny Shcherban in 1996. The ex-prime minister denies all the charges.
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