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Tymoshenko admitted the tape with her talk to Saakashvili was authentic2010-01-27 10:33
PM and presidential candidate of Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko, admitted, though indirectly, the authenticity of her talk with Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, in which she requested him to send "battle worthy" people.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In her interview to Ukrainian Truth [Ukrainian newspaper] she mentioned the Georgian leader meant competent people, "not ninja combatants."
"And now the Party of Regions tries to make an immense scandal on bare place. It's balderdash! And the first tour showed that the Georgian monitors worked as monitors. I'm grateful to them," Tymoshenko said.
"Do you really think that a President can call a Prime Minister to offer the PM some suspicious things over phone?"she said and called it a provocation.
"I don't want to talk about it and focus on it," the PM said.
On January 20th, after the first tour of presidential elections, MPs and journalists were allowed to listen to the tape. It recorded voices of a man and a woman, reminding voices of the Ukrainian PM and Georgian President. Both speak in Russian. Yulia Tymoshenko, the PM of Ukraine, promised Georgian President to grant official status to Georgian monitors, who hasn't been registered by Ukrainian Central Electoral Commission.