The hearing of Ukraine’s lawsuit against Russia for acts of terrorism and discrimination will start in the International Court of Justice in Hague (Netherlands) in March 2017. This was reported by the Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin on air of one of the Ukrainian channels.
“The hearing on our lawsuit against Russia will start in the International Court of Justice in March. Russian Federation has been violating International Conventions on terrorism financing suppression and on elimination of all forms of racial discrimination,” he noted.
Earlier it was reported that the consideration of Ukraine’s lawsuit in UN court could take years, according to the Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine. Legal procedure in such cases is usually tough and long-lasting, Olena Zerkal’ says.