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Hague court can "toughen measures" against Russia in case of non-fulfillment of its judicial decision, - Zerkal
21:30, 11 March 2017
Hague court can "toughen measures" against Russia in case of non-fulfillment of its judicial decision, - Zerkal

Earlier in Court Russia explained the origin of weapons used by Donbas militants, saying that the Soviet or the Ukrainian weapons were left by the army in the coal mines

21:30, 11 March 2017

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Ukraine can additionally apply to the Hague court in case of Russia's failure to implement its decision, said deputy Foreign Ministerof Ukraine Olena Zerkal in an interview with ZN.ua.

"First of all, the decisions of the UN Court are of a special nature, they are not just for  executive service. The decision removes the question of whether Russia should do something or not. It should. Therefore, at the meetings of the UN Security Council, we will each time demand a report on how Russia fulfills the decision of the International Court of Justice of the United Nations.

This changes the very manner of communication with Russia. In addition, no one hinders us to additionally apply to the UN Office to make its measures more tough due to the fact that the Russian Federation does not comply with the court's decision," she said.

Earlier Russia explained the origin of weapons used by Donbas militants, saying that the Soviet or the Ukrainian weapons were left by the army in the coal mines, and the militants found it there. This was stated during a review of the lawsuit of Ukraine against Russia in the international court of the United Nations in Hague, by one of the representatives of the Russian Federation, Ilya Rogachev.

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