Kiev has decided to transfer to the Hague of all non-public correspondence with Moscow

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine will submit to the international court of justice in the Hague the whole diplomatic correspondence with Moscow, which has been conducted since the beginning of the conflict in the East of Ukraine. It is reported “European true” with reference to one of the representatives of the Ukrainian delegation in the International court, the American lawyer David Since.

He noted that Ukraine has decided to transfer this non-public correspondence for “false accusations from Russia that Ukraine has provided Moscow specific claims”.

Public hearings at the International court of justice in the Hague on the suit of Ukraine to Russia was launched on 6 March. Ukraine accuses Moscow of violating two international conventions — for the suppression of the financing of terrorism and to combat all forms of racial discrimination. A lawsuit against the Russian government in Kiev was filed in mid-January.

What Ukraine has demanded from Russia in the International court of justice

The Russian foreign Ministry, commenting on the lawsuit, said that Kiev thus pursues “a momentary political interests”. According to the Russian foreign Ministry, Ukraine has not provided evidence that the described cases are in violation of the conventions. Moreover, according to the Russian foreign Ministry, Kiev “has declared “terrorists” DNR and LC — participants of the Minsk process, which itself is in the framework of the negotiations,” said a statement from the foreign Ministry.