"This is the position that we all together have agreed with the government: a conclusive case. This is the issue we appealed to the leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Security Service with after the horrific events in Mariupol - to provide the evidence of the involvement of the Russian Federation in the financing of terrorism and to bring Russia to responsibility in the International Court of Justice," Yatseniuk said.
The prime minister said that Russia must answer for its crimes against Ukraine and Ukrainians, and all cases in international courts should be passionlessly and methodically dismissed.
He also stressed that Russia's actions push it to isolation and it wants to unleash a "cold war" against the entire world.
In turn, Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said that Ukraine continues striving for the International Court of Justice of the United Nations to conduct a trial on Russian involvement in the financing of terrorism, following all the necessary legal procedures.
He also noted that the same approach will be applied with respect to Russia's violation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and other international instruments.