KIEV, April 11 – Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has proposed to give up ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko who signed the widely criticized gas contract with Russian's Gazprom, if Ukraine loses a lawsuit in the Stockholm Arbitration Institute's Chamber of Commerce.
"If we won justice for Ukraine would be restored. If, God forbid, we have another court decision, these are dozens of billions of U.S. dollars which cannot be brought, as this is the result of signing the contract by Tymoshenko… We would have to give Tymoshenko instead of money: if she signed let's her be responsible. Why Ukrainian citizens must pay for this? There is no other option," Groysman said at a press conference devoted to one year of his government's performance held in Kiev on Tuesday.