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PGO Complains To International Criminal Court In Hague About Russia Seizing Ukrainian Property In Annexed Crim

PGO Complains To International Criminal Court In Hague About Russia Seizing Ukrainian Property In Annexed Crimea

The Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) has lodged a complaint to the International Criminal Court (the Hague, the Netherlands) about the illegal seizure of Ukrainian private and state property in the Russian-annexed Crimea by the Russian Federation.

Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko said this at a briefing, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

Lutsenko estimated losses from the illegal nationalization by Russia of the Ukrainian property at UAH 1 trillion.

In particular, Russia illegally seized approximately 4,000 companies, and there were 10 case of grabbing private property.

Lutsenko also reported that on request of the Ukrainian prosecutor's office, there was property arrested in Crimea for the total of UAH 1.6 billion.

In addition, the General Prosecutor said that his office planned to form a joint investigative force with law enforcers of Bulgaria, Romania, Georgia and Turkey to investigate into environmental damage to the the Black Sea ecology system during construction of a bridge across the Kerch strait by the Russian Federation.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Cabinet of Ministers suggesting the Verkhovna Rada give consent for the International Criminal Court in Hague to investigate by its own initiative crimes committed in Ukraine.

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