Ukraine to pass schedules of Russian invasions to ECHR

Source : 112 Ukraine

The evidence of witnesses and the video materials on annexation of Crimea are already sent to the ECHR
18:36, 1 August 2017

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Ukraine prepared three different schedules of the chronology of the invasions of the Russian troops for the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). The commissioner on European Court of Human Rights issue Ivan Lishchyna reported this at the airing of 5 TV Channel.

‘We have the evidence of people for every video material of the person who filmed this or of the person who was filmed. We made three different schedules. One of them is the invasion of the Russian troops. We showed which part and where came and when they left.  Also, we made the schedule of the occupation of the Ukrainian infrastructure. We have the information; the schedule concerns the occupation and block of the Ukrainian military units, we have the information by the hours and the minutes’, he noted.

Lishchyna noted that the evidence of about 50 witnesses and about hundreds of the video materials were already sent to the European Court of Human Rights and all of them concern the annexation of Crimea.

In sum, there five law suits against Russia in Strasbourg. The issue is not only the annexation of Crimea but also the aggression in Donbas and the Ukrainian side will provide the evidence in two months.

The European Court of Human Rights reviews 3 000 law suits of the Ukrainians on the violation of their rights in the result of the Russian aggression in Donbas and annexation of Crimea. The first judgment was recently ordered.

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