Vice PM: ICJ’s judgment to provide new arguments for further pressure on Russia

10.03.2017 р., 11:50

"Indeed, there are few real instruments for compelling Russia to comply with the judgement of the [Court]. In addition, this provides not purely political, not purely diplomatic but legal arguments to continue to exert pressure on Russia in order to stop its aggression against Ukraine," Klympush-Tsyntsadze said. As we have reported, The Hague hearings in Ukraine’s case against Russia on the fight against the financing of terrorism and the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination were held March 6th through 9th. The verdict is expected by late April, according to Ukrainian officials.

Vice PM: ICJ’s judgment to provide new arguments for further pressure on Russia

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