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ECHR Grand Chamber to start considering Ukraine vs Russia case, related to Crimea

Ukraine is represented by Ivan Lishchyna, the country's Envoy for ECHR Affairs
11:06, 11 September 2019

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The Grand Chamber of the European Court for Human Rights will start the session in the case Ukraine versus Russia, which is related to Crimea. This is mentioned on the Court's website.

Ukraine is represented by Ivan Lishchyna, the country's Envoy for ECHR Affairs.

March 13, ECHR reported that the first session within this case would take place in September; previously, it switched the date, which was supposed to be February 27.

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Ukraine's lawsuit concerns multiple violations that Russia allowed after taking effective control over the Crimean peninsula on February 2014. These measures violate numerous provisions of the Convention for Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and certain protocols of this Convention.

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