Accordingto Comments this was stated by her lawyer Serhii Vlasenko at abriefing in Kharkiv citing a statement of the former PrimeMinister.
"The statement said: 'I demand to take me tocourt to take part in the questioning of witnesses, despite myserious illness. I demand to inform me of the time of convoy'sarrival to deliver me to the Kyiv Court of Appeals where a hearingwill take place tomorrow February 19, at 10:00 a.m.," saidVlasenko.
However, the defender believes that Tymoshenkowill not be taken from Kharkiv. "Most likely, there will be anotheract, they will say that they cannot take her because she refused togo r she forgot to sign some paper," he said.
Vlasenko noted that answering his question, howmany of these applications were written before the interrogation ofthe witness Serhii Zaytsev, Tymoshenko said: "About adozen."
"It is absolutely clear: the last two witnessesprove that the PGO has nothing, there are no living witnesses ofthose events, but there is a desire to conduct a propagandacampaign called "Let's smear Tymoshenko and prove her involvement,"added the defender.