Interfax-Ukraine citing a source in parliamentary circles reports that "in the morning women deputies were thrown out of the ward by force and locked in a closet by 15 Berkut policemen.".
In turn, deputy Oleksandra Kuzhel confirms that she, and other deputies Liudmyla Denysova, Tetiana Sliuz, were kicked out of the room for meetings where they were with the ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko unknown people at 6 am.
"There were six people for each deputy, in a 4 square meter room. They grabbed our arms and legs and threw us and our things out," said Kuzhel. She also added that before the people broke in the room, executive representatives of the Penitentiary Service came but in spite of the fact that the deputies presented their IDs and reminded of their immunity force was applied to them.
According to her, she and other deputies are now on the stairs near the entrance to the 9th floor where Tymoshenko's ward is. The door is heavily guarded by police, plain clothes officers are inside and outside the ward. Kuzhel also informed the press that Tetiana Sliu felt ill, her blood pressure hiked and an ambulance was dispatched.