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Court rejects Ukraine’s call to halt Russia ‘aid to rebels’

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Ukraine’s request for action to block alleged Russian support for rebels in its eastern Donbass region was rejected by the International Court of Justice, reported The People’s Daily Morning Star (UK).

The Hague-based court said the Kiev regime had failed to offer sufficient evidence at this stage that emergency interim measures were needed.
Ukraine had asked the court to order Russia to shore up its border and stop people, supplies and money reaching the rebels while the case is heard in full, which could take years.
But the court backed Kiev’s claim Russia had discriminated against the Tatar minority in the Crimea region.

It said Russia “must refrain from maintaining or imposing limitations on the ability of the Crimean Tatar community to conserve its representative institutions” — a reference to Moscow’s ban on the Mejlis council, which has sided with Kiev.
Meanwhile, news agency Associate Press reported from Lithuania on a movement funnelling supplies to Kiev’s forces on the front line with the Donbass republics, forces include neonazi militias.

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The High Court of Justice in London has declared Russia to be not guilty of economic and political pressure on Kiev. Kiev now intends to lodge an appeal. The case was about a 3bln dollars debt of Ukraine to Russia, reported Pravda (Russia).

Ukrainian officials have already claimed that the High Court did not take into account alleged Russian military aggression with its decision.
Anatoliy Kapustin, President of the Russian International Law Association, has commented Pravda.Ru on the issue.

The situation is between economy and politics, while law is the last thing. Everything concerning Ukraine is postmodernism. Such a stance has been taken by the West. Now whatever we say, they rise their hackles. But economic situation is different. Taking into account the IMF stance, as it suspended yet another tranche to Ukraine given this situation with the debt, everything has deteriorated.

The High Court of Justice in London has declared Russia to be not guilty of economic and political pressure on Kiev. Kiev now intends to lodge an appeal. The case was about a 3bln dollars debt of Ukraine to Russia.

Ukrainian officials have already claimed that the High Court did not take into account alleged Russian military aggression with its decision.
Anatoliy Kapustin, President of the Russian International Law Association, has commented Pravda.Ru on the issue.

The situation is between economy and politics, while law is the last thing. Everything concerning Ukraine is postmodernism. Such a stance has been taken by the West. Now whatever we say, they rise their hackles. But economic situation is different. Taking into account the IMF stance, as it suspended yet another tranche to Ukraine given this situation with the debt, everything has deteriorated.

Everything is clear. If they want to establish relations with us and not to be a country which does not implement its obligations, the court should support Russia. Ukraine is to pay. And the IMF relation to them will change.
And unless they admit, they will be out of the civilized international economic and financial community. It is unacceptable to take money and not return then. The XXI century will not allow that.

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