Medvedchuk supported the preliminary decision of the court of justice
Medvedchuk believes that only the full implementation of the Minsk agreements is able to restore peace in Ukraine.
Commenting on the preliminary injunction of the International court of justice on the claim of Ukraine against Russia, the special representative for humanitarian Affairs in the pipeline for a peaceful settlement of the situation in Donbas, Viktor Medvedchuk announced the full support of the decision of the judges.
“As the special representative for humanitarian issues in the framework of the Tripartite contact group on peaceful settlement of the situation in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, as a politician and public figure, who from the first days of the conflict in the East of Ukraine held talks on peaceful settlement of the situation I was in favour of a diplomatic solution to the conflict”, — said the politician.
Medvedchuk believes that only the full and faithful implementation of the Minsk agreements is able to restore peace in Ukraine, preserve its unity and territorial integrity.
“I fully support a preliminary injunction of the International court of justice:
104. With regard to the situation in Eastern Ukraine, the Court reminds the Parties that the Security Council in its resolution 2202 (2015) adopted “a package of measures to implement the Minsk agreement”, which was adopted and signed in Minsk on 12 February 2015 representatives of the OSCE, Ukraine and the Russian Federation, and also representatives “of certain (“private” in the Ukrainian legislation) districts of Donetsk and Lugansk regions and approved by the President of the Russian Federation, President of Ukraine, President of the French Republic and the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany. The court expects the Parties, making individual and joint efforts, will work to fully implement the “package of measures” with the aim of achieving a peaceful settlement of the conflict in the Eastern regions of Ukraine”, — summed up the politician.
Earlier Корреспондент.net allocated the main tezisy the decision of the court in the Hague.