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Ukrainian Government Report Finds Tymoshenko Guilty of Treason

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For more news and videos visit ☛ Follow us on Twitter ☛ Add us on Facebook ☛ On Tuesday, the Ukrainian parliament voted "for" the report of Interim Commission of Inquiry on the inspection of gas agreements with Russia, concluded in 2009. According to a document there are signs of treason in the activities of the former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko. A government inquiry claims there are signs of treason in the work of Yulia Tymoshenko as prime minister. That is the conclusion of the Interim Commission of Inquiry report into the signing of gas agreements between "Naftohaz" and "Gazprom". On Tuesday, the Ukrainian parliament voted on the document. [Inna Bogoslovskaya, Head of the Interim Commission of Inquiry]: "There are signs of treason in the actions of Tymoshenko. This conclusion is based solely on the documents. This is unprecedented for Ukraine when the highest official of Ukraine, exerting pressure, forced to sign treaties unfavorable to their own country. " The report states that in 2009, Yulia Tymoshenko concealed the fact that her private companies were indebted to the Russian Ministry of Defence to the amount of 405 million U.S. dollars. She is also alleged to have concealed the existence of a criminal case against her in Russia, which apparently proved her guilt in the repeated granting of bribes to officials of the Russian Ministry of Defence. The Commission claims that Yulia Tymoshenko, quote "held secret talks with the Prime Minister of Russia, resulting in the agreement to the discriminatory conditions of gas contracts." The Commission also alleges that Tymoshenko personally issued directives to sign the contract. Tymoshenko's supporters deny the charges, saying the Commission is biased. [Sergei Pashinsky, Member of Parliament]: "The parliamentary commission of inquiry is simply Yanukovych's method to punish his political opponents. We see that this not the first time." The report of th eInterim Commission of Inquiry will be sent to the Procurator General and the Security Service of Ukraine, as well as the Council of Europe, European Commission, the Parliamentary Assembly of NATO and other international institutions. NTD News, Kiev, Ukraine