The goings-on round her search stay very vague. Our correspondent called the Interpol HQ in Lyons for explanations. The officer on duty said the international police organisation was never offering information by telephone, and asked a written inquiry. An e-mail message was urgently sent. No reply has come by now.
The Interpol was offering Yulia Timoshenko's file on its website "Wanted" rubric-two photographs accompanied by several standard verbal lines: surname, Christian name, sex, age, birth date and place, nationality, and details of her appearance, in particular, dark hair. The file said Timoshenko was suspected of swindles, and Moscow had warranted her arrest.