Contents tagged with International Court of Justice
The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine has received a letter from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) stating that the ICJ has sent Russia a reminder of its obligation to restore the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People, reported Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Olena Zerkal.
The letter states that it is Russia’s obligation to comply with the court order, something which it has so far failed to do.
“Because it was obvious to us that Russia did not intend to revoke the discriminatory ban on the …
Ukraine handed over the lists of all identified foreigners who were fighting for Russia in the Donbas to the International Court of Justice, as stated by Chief Military Prosecutor Anatolii Matios on 112 Ukraine TV.
"We handed over the lists of all individuals identified during the criminal proceedings regarding the war against Ukraine by the northern neighbor to the International Court of Justice through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We handed over the lists of not only Serbians but all …
The International Court of Justice in The Hague officially requested Russia to explain its failure to comply with last year’s ruling of the court, Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Olena Zerkal, said.
Evropeyska Pravda news outlet reports that the The Hague Court asks Russia to explain how it complies with the rling of the International Court, on resumption of the Mejlis activities. Specifically, Russia must explain what was done to create normal conditions for activities of the …
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has handed over proof of the involvement of Russian military personnel in artillery shelling of Mariupol in Donetsk Oblast on January 24, 2015 to the International Court of Justice in The Hague,as stated at a briefing by SBU Chairman Vasyl Hrytsak.
"As of today, these materials have been transferred to the UN International Court and sent to 184 Ukrainian institutions abroad," he said.
In addition, evidence about the participation of the Russian army in …
The company Technopromexport has filed a lawsuit with the Court of Justice of the European Union demanding the removal of the sanctions which were placed on the company in connection with the shipment of Siemens turbines to the annexed Crimea, the Official Journal of the EU reported.
According to the journal entry, the company’s CEO Sergey Topor-Gilka, who was also placed on the EU sanctions list, has made a similar demand of the court.
In their requests, the claimants state that it has not …
In January 2017, Ukraine initiated a lawsuit against Russia at the UN’s International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague. Kyiv is accused Moscow of violating two UN conventions, namely the Terrorist Financing Convention and the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. On April 19, the court in the Hague published several rulings on this case. The verdict was read by presiding judge Ronny Abraham.
Notably, the ICJ acknowledged its jurisdiction over Ukraine’s case against Russia. “The …
Ukraine can demand new restrictions against the Russian Federation from the International Court of Justice, if Moscow violates the orders of the Court. Olena Zerkal, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine for the European Integration, expressed this opinion in an interview with Zerkalo Nedeli (The Mirror Weekly).
In her opinion, the Court will comply with the request of Ukraine to apply temporary measures against the Russian Federation as part of the hearing that took place this …
The Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs handed over to the International Court of Justice in the Hague all of the diplomatic correspondence with Russia which there has been since the start of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Evropeyskaya Pravda reported on this with reference to litigator David Zionts of Covington & Burling LLP, Kyiv’s representative at the international court.
According to him, the reason for such a decision is “false accusations from the Russian Federation that Kyiv did …
The Russian Delegation to the UN International Court of Justice in The Hague claims that militants in the Donbas do not receive weapons from the Russian Federation, but rather "find them on their own".
This statement was made by Ilya Rogachev, a Russian representative involved in the process, Evropeyskaya Pravda news website reports.
Rogachev named the main source of weapons as "stocks from the Soviet times" that were located on Ukrainian territory.
"A large share of these reserves were left …
On the 6th of March the International Court of Justice in the Hague held the first hearings in Ukraine’s lawsuit against Russia, which Kyiv filed in the middle of January 2017. Ukraine is accusing Russia of violating two conventions – the Terrorist Financing Convention and the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. The hearings will take place between the 6th and the 9th of March. They have started with a presentation by the Ukrainian side.
In the lawsuit, Ukraine claims that …