Polish President Komorowski: Tymoshenko case hampers Ukraine's EU integration.

By bne IntelliNews September 1, 2011
Ukraine has recently achieved a significant progress in European integration, but the trial of YuliaTymoshenko can seriously affect Kyiv in the rapprochement with the West, Polish President BronislawKomorowski told TVP Info after a meeting with Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych.According to Komorowski, Ukrainian authorities have to pay attention to international opinion and do all possible to make the process look not like a political revenge. At the same time, Komorowski noted that an important aspect of Tymoshenko case is the fact that it is about unprofitable gas agreements signed in 2009. The Polish president noted that Poland is a Ukraine's friend and thus it is concerned over the case.
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