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Politics 2019-04-15T05:32:09+03:00
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International Court Of Justice Orders Ukraine And Russia To Fully Implement Minsk Agreements

International Court Of Justice Orders Ukraine And Russia To Fully Implement Minsk Agreements

The United Nations International Court of Justice has ordered Ukraine and Russia to fully implement all the provisions of the Minsk agreements.

The court's decision was announced by the court's President Ronnie Abraham, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

With regard to the situation in eastern Ukraine, the court reminded both parties that the United Nations Security Council adopted a resolution endorsing the "Package of Measures for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements.

"The court expects the parties, through individual and joint efforts, to work for the full implementation of this 'Package of Measures' in order to achieve a peaceful settlement of the conflict in the eastern regions of Ukraine," Abraham announced.

The court refused to impose other measures against Ukraine or Russia to resolve the conflict in the Donbas.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the United Nations International Court of Justice has ruled that Ukraine provided insufficient evidence that Russia is financing terrorism.

The United Nations International Court of Justice began hearing Ukraine's case against Russia on March 6.

Ukraine asked the court to impose provisional measures on Russia pending consideration of the case in essence.

In particular, Ukraine asked the court to order Russia to refrain from any action which might aggravate or extend the dispute under the Terrorism Financing Convention before the court or make this dispute more difficult to resolve; exercise appropriate control over its border to prevent further acts of terrorism financing, including the supply of weapons from the territory of the Russian Federation to the territory of Ukraine; halt and prevent all transfers from the territory of Russia of money, weapons, vehicles, equipment, training, or personnel to groups that have engaged in acts of terrorism against civilians in Ukraine, or that Russia knows may in the future engage in acts of terrorism against civilians in Ukraine.

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