The release of Ukraine's former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko has been welcomed by European Union foreign policy chief Baroness Ashton.
In a statement she said the EU is "following minute by minute the rapidly changing political situation in Ukraine".
"I call on all sides to continue engaging in a meaningful dialogue to fulfil the legitimate democratic aspirations of the Ukrainian people," she added.
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