International Court of Justice found Ukraine’s evidence that Russia finances terrorism insufficient. This was stated in the interim court decision announced by the judge Abrakham.
Thus, International Court of Justice denied temporary measures against Russia under the Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism.
“The court concluded that conditions necessary to determine additional measures concerning rights violated in Ukraine on the basis of the Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism do not meet the requirements,” the judge announced.
According to the procedure, the court decides whether it has prima facie jurisdiction (literal translation – “jurisdiction at first sight”). This is a prerequisite for deciding on temporary measures. A year or two after the adoption of this decision, a final decision on jurisdiction is made.
Earlier it was reported that UN court ordered Russia and Ukraine to fully implement Minsk agreements. Court reminded that UN Security Council urged Russia and Ukraine to develop the complex of measures for their implementation.