Ukraine has all the chances to win the cases, in which it sued Russia. Yuriy Grymchak, deputy minister for the occupied territories of Ukraine said that during The Pulse, the big political show at 112 Ukraine TV channel.
'So far, there are no court decisions; there's a verdict of our court, according to which Gazprom's property is arrested here in Ukraine. But that's a different story. So, currently, Ukraine is walking the right path - and a long one, and it's true. But we've got all the chances to win the cases where we filed the lawsuits. We've got evidence that we provided. The Russian aggression in Ukraine, in the occupied areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, was first recognized in December 2017, when the Prosecutor General's Office in the Hague provided all respective documents. Six months after that, they concluded that the military conflict in these areas bears the marks of an international one. A lot changed after that', he said.
As we reported, 112 Ukraine TV channel launched a new political show called The Pulse. Hosts Volodymyr Poluyev and Anna Stepanets gather the audience, along with politicians and political experts - to talk on a wide variety of essential political and social issues. The audience is welcome to answer the questions announced by the hosts on the real-time basis.