Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman urges the National Police and other law enforcement agencies to respond firmly to the forcible asset takovers.
The Kyiv City Economic Court granted the petition of the Anti-monopoly Committee of Ukraine and the Executive Service of the Ministry of Justice and changed the way of execution of the court ruling regarding the recovery of a fine in amount of 171 billion hryvnia ($6.4 billion) from Russia's Gazprom.
Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko negatively assessed the initiative by the State Special Communications Agency to tie cell phone numbers with ID data of their holders.
Ukrainian authorities search for Ukraine-based assets owned by Russian Gazprom to recover 172 billion hryvnia in fine from the company.
Ukraine's Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko says that in view of the first-ever precedent for filing a suit with the International Court of Justice (The Hague) on the violation of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, the court issued a restrained interim decision and wishes to look into the merits of the case before delivering a final verdict.
Kyiv has referred new facts of the Kremlin's crimes against Ukraine to the United Nations International Court of Justice in The Hague.
The Cabinet of Ministers invites the Verkhovna Rada to abrogate all normative legal acts adopted in the Soviet Union, including in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
The decision of the European Parliament to introduce visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizens is a reputational defeat of President Vladimir Putin and the breakdown of Russian propaganda.
Ukraine has got more than enough evidence against Russia in the case that is being heard by the International Court of Justice in The Hague these days.
Ukrainian government expects the International Court of Justice to bar Russia from supporting terrorism in the Donbas.
Ukraine's Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko believes that the International Criminal Court will hear a separate case on Russian President Putin's involvement in the Donbas war crimes.
Next week, the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine is going to abolish more than a hundred extremely bureaucratic regulatory legal acts that were used back in the Soviet times
The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine may attach documents allegedly obtained from the hacked mailbox of Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov into the international lawsuits filed against the Russian Federation.
Ukraine has all chances for a strong position in court under a number of conventions acceded by Russia.
At the moment, there are great risks that the Constitutional Court will repeal or suspend the legitimacy of the main paragraphs of the lustration law.
Some 6,000 convicts have taken advantage of the 'Savchenko law' (the law of Ukraine No. 838) that stipulates equating each day spent in a pre-trial facility to two days in prison.
Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko does not rule out the submission of Ukraine's sixth lawsuit against Russia to the European Court of Human Rights.