Tymoshenko accused the government of embezzling 3.1 billion cubic meters of gas

According to the ex-prime minister, the gas was “given close to the corrupt government structures.”

The leader of the “Fatherland”, the former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has prepared an appeal to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, which accuses the government of that 3.1 billion cubic meters of gas was “given close to the corrupt government structures.”

About this Tymoshenko said at a press conference.

“To prepare an appeal to the Prosecutor General. Now in my hands a statement about the crimes, which were formed as a result of speculative gas prices for the population of Ukraine”, - she said.

Tymoshenko explained that “instead of 3.1 billion cubic meters of gas to give the public, it was given close to the government of corruption structures on the basis of corruption.”

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