The International court of justice in the Hague the third day continuing the consideration of the case “against Ukraine”, in which Kiev insists on the introduction against Russia of provisional measures.
Today, the Ukrainian side expressed its objections provided by the representative of Russia’s arguments and positions. Tomorrow, March 9, the word will once again be provided by the Russian side. The meeting, like previous ones, will start at 10.00 local time (11.00 CET).
In the Hague the rain, in front of the Palace of peace, where are the hearings, grazing two rabbits. The guards said that here more than 15 rabbits, because they created a safe environment and good living conditions. Representatives of the Russian media covering the process, it became more: as before alone in the side of the sitting operator of TV channel Russia Today .
As reported, on January 16, 2017 Ukraine filed a lawsuit in the international court of justice with the goal of bringing Russia to justice for committing acts of terrorism and discrimination during the aggression against Ukraine.
In the lawsuit, the Ukraine stated that the Russian Federation violated the international Convention for the suppression of the financing of terrorism by providing arms and other assistance to illegal armed groups who had committed a series of acts of terrorism on the territory of Ukraine.
The most tragic terrorist attacks of Russian puppets in Kiev will include the Downing of the plane “Malaysian airlines” flight MH17, the shelling of residential areas in Mariupol and Kramatorsk destruction of civilian passenger bus near Volnovakha and a deadly explosion during a peaceful Assembly in Kyiv.
In addition, Ukraine claims that Russia is violating the Convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination, taking part in a campaign of discrimination against non-Russian communities living in the occupied territory of the Crimean Peninsula, in particular, communities of ethnic Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars. Ukraine asks international court of justice to impose interim measures aimed at preventing the continuation of human rights violations by the Russian Federation during the Trial on the merits. The foreign Ministry of Ukraine expects that the international court of justice will decide on the application of measures for several weeks.