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Supreme court demands from Ukraine’s bodies to provide evidence necessary for sanctions’ introduction

Source : 112 Ukraine

Recently, the orders of the President of Ukraine enabled the introduction of sanctions against a number of persons and entities, including Ukrainian
17:11, 31 March 2021

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The Supreme Court demands from the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), the President’s Office and the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) to provide evidence for imposing of sanctions as the court stated in the decision on the approval of the petition of Evirer LTD Company on demanding of all documents that became the basis for the introduction of the sanctions against the company.

The proper ruling was delivered by the Supreme Court in the case of the appeal of the order of the president by order #64/2021 dated February 19, 2021. According to the delivered ruling, all three bodies should provide evidence of the existence of facts that became the ground for the application of the sanctions.

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Thus, the real facts and circumstances estimated as the threat to the national security from the side of Evirer LTD Company should be estimated at the open court meeting, as well as the adequacy of such estimation.

Recently, the orders of the President of Ukraine enabled the introduction of sanctions against a number of persons and entities, including Ukrainian. As a result of the sanctions, the activity and normal order of life of people who fall under the sanctions are violated. The distinctive feature of the orders is that strict restrictive measures are adopted at closed non-judicial procedure. The particular reasons for introduction of sanctions are not reported, instead, indistinct reference to the national security interests provided.

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