The Hague court ordered Russia to lift the ban of the Mejlis.
The UN international court in the Hague has obliged Ukraine and Russia to implement fully all provisions of the Minsk agreements, reports Ukrainian news.
“The parties must do everything necessary to complete this package of documents to resolve the conflict in the Eastern regions of Ukraine in a peaceful way,” announced the court’s decision, the Chairman Ronnie Abraham.
In addition, the court ordered Russia to ensure the work of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people and provide access to training in the Ukrainian language in Russian-annexed Crimea.
“Regarding the situation in Crimea, Russia must refrain from imposing certain restrictions on the possibilities of the Crimean Tatars and their communities to maintain their institutions, including the Majlis,” said Abraham.
Recall that the court of justice has recognized insufficient evidence of Ukraine on financing Russia terrorism.
In addition, the court of justice in the Hague issued an interim judgment in the “Ukraine against Russia”, by recognizing a prima facie jurisdiction to consider the case,