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 Ukraine to file new suits against Russia over Crimea's occupation, - Minister Klimkin

Ukrainian companies that have suffered damages due to the occupation of Crimea by Russia are set to file lawsuits.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Radio Svoboda, it was stated by Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin.

"We are working on future trials regarding compensations and certain companies. Some of them will be ready in the near future. Oshchadbank and Naftohaz have already filed the lawsuits, we are coordinating this process. But there will be others in the near future, as we have now elaborated the logic of these legal actions," Klimkin said on Dec. 21 in an interview with Hromadske TV.

Read more: Klimkin: Ukraine's mission to UN to be additionally strengthened with team of 15 diplomats

Ukraine has suffered UAH 1.18 trillion (about $47.4 billion) in damage through Crimea's occupation, the Ukrainian Ministry of Justice says. Later, Verkhovna Rada MP Heorhii Lohvynskyi announced that the amount of damage to Ukraine due to Russia's occupation of Crimea would be doubled and make UAH 2.4 trillion.

As reported, the Ukrainian authorities intend to seek the recovery of damage in international courts.
 
 
 
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