We are ready to cooperate with everybody who offers the best options with the lowest prices and the highest qualityUkraine can meet March gas payments Apr 03, 2009
As soon as the documents are signed, all natural gas deliveries will be restoredRussia, Ukraine to end gas dispute Jan 19, 2009
The president's aim is not only to benefit at the cost of Ukraine's grief and with the backing of his supporters, but to also declare the country bankrupt, to make the country's economy absolutely unworkable and to use this base to continue his bungling rule and to introduce a state of emergency and cancel electionsUkraine PM: Yushchenko plots emergency Dec 24, 2008
These are expenses that are being laundered through Cyprus into the private offshore accounts of senior officials. And this is all being done right before our eyesFormer Ukraine P.M. counterattacks Jan 04, 2011
According to our estimates, our company could earn about $3 million from the re-export deals. The profit of the state from our contract is over $20 million. We reiterate that your unlawful actions inflict losses not only on our company but also on the state, which will be forced to pay for your interference into the company's lawful foreign trade contractsUPI Energy Watch Mar 17, 2005
Yulia Volodymyrivna Tymoshenko (Ukrainian: Юлія Володимирівна Тимошенко, pronounced ), born Grigyan (Ukrainian: Грігян, from the Latvian surname "Grigan"); (born 27 November 1960) is a Ukrainian politician.
Tymoshenko was the Prime Minister of Ukraine from 24 January to 8 September 2005, and again from 18 December 2007 to 4 March 2010. She is the leader of the All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" party and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc.
She has been a practising economist and academic. Prior to her political career, Yulia Tymoshenko was a successful but controversial businesswoman in the gas industry, becoming by some estimates one of the richest people in the country. Before becoming Ukraine's first female Prime Minister in 2005, Tymoshenko co-led the Orange Revolution.