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world news - 23.02.2021

Ukraine has filed a new interstate complaint to the European Court of Human Rights against Russia in connection with its organization of a number of high-profile attempts and contract killings on the territory of Ukraine and the member states of the Council of Europe. This was stated by the Minister of Justice of the country Denis Malyuska, whose words are quoted on the department's Facebook page.

In a statement filed on February 19, it is reported that Russia for a long time "widely uses the tactics of terror with the help of political assassinations." We are talking about crimes committed both on the territory of the Russian Federation and on the territories of other states.

According to the document, since 2014, representatives of the Russian special services have been recruiting people in Ukraine who allegedly committed a number of attempts and murders. These crimes caused a significant response in the Ukrainian society.

"The Russian Federation not only does not conduct an effective investigation, but also shifts responsibility for such crimes to other states, including Ukraine," Malyuska said. According to him, Russia violates international legal obligations, including the right to life guaranteed by article 2 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. On February 22, the ECHR informed the Ukrainian government that it had registered the application and opened proceedings in this case.

Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine, Commissioner for the European Court of Human Rights Ivan Lischina said on Facebook that the Ukrainian government has been working on the lawsuit for several years. This is the ninth interstate complaint of Ukraine against Russia.

Earlier, he said that the ECHR is considering about 10 500 cases against Ukraine, of which about 8 thousand are related to the consequences of Russian aggression.

On January 14, 2021, the ECHR accepted the claim of Ukraine against Russia in the Crimea and proceeded to consider the case on its merits. In a complaint filed in March 2014, the Ukrainian authorities claim that since February 27, 2014, the Russian Federation " has exercised effective control over the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, which has led to numerous violations of the Convention on the Protection of Human Rights."

Kiev said that Russia allegedly violated 12 articles of the Convention and its protocols, including the rights to life and security, to a fair trial, freedom of religion and expression, freedom of assembly, the right to protection of property and freedom of movement.

"The court determined the scope of the issue under consideration and decided that it is necessary to decide whether the alleged pattern of human rights violations by Russia in Crimea in the period from February 27, 2014 to August 26, 2015 was permissible," the report says.

In addition, the applicant Government alleges that Ukrainian citizens residing in Crimea were illegally, automatically and forcibly granted Russian citizenship, and that pressure was exerted on those who expressed a desire to remain Ukrainian citizens. Kiev also complains about attempts to interfere with the activities of Ukrainian and foreign journalists in Crimea and that the property of Ukrainian legal entities was subjected to illegal control.

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