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KIEV, December 06, 19:18 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s opposition leader and former prime minister Yulia Timoshenko has ended her hunger strike she had gone on in protest against the country’s government decision to suspend the signing of the Association Agreement with the European Union on November 25, Timoshenko’s daughter Yevgenia said on Friday.
“She [Yulia Timoshenko] said she was ending her hunger strike at people’s request,” Yevgenia Timoshenko said.
Yulia Timoshenko is now serving a prison term for acting in excess of her office duties as prime minister while signing gas contracts with Russia.