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 Ukraine provided new unmatched proofs under first Crimea case in ECHR, Justice Minister Petrenko says

Ukraine has shown the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) the new and unprecedented evidence in the lawsuit filed against the Russian Federation on Crimea.

This was said by Minister of Justice of Ukraine Pavlo Petrenko, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.

"We have done a tremendous job drafting and submitting additional explanations under the first Crimean case over the past few months. It includes a number of brand new and unmatched facts and proofs which we plan to demonstrate within the ECHR regulations," Petrenko told a briefing in Kyiv on Thursday.

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"Combined with the evidence and explanations that we have submitted under the first Crimean case, the Russians have almost a zero chance to lie or refute anything," the minister stressed.

Petrenko also announced a separate press conference on this matter.

Read more: Russia stalls review of Ukraine's ECHR claims, - Ministry of Justice

As reported, Ukraine filed five lawsuits in the ECHR against Russia regarding the events in Crimea and eastern Ukraine. The Ministry of Justice said it has filed the sixth claim to the ECHR concerning human rights violations that took place in the Donbas and Crimea in 2015-2016.
 
 
 
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