Ukraine has filed in ECHR lawsuit against Russia

Украина подала в ЕСПЧ иск против России

Ukraine has filed a claim to the ECHR against Russia for violations of the rights of political prisoners

Ukraine filed to the ECHR a comprehensive claim for all political prisoners in Russia Ukrainians. The statement described the violations by 71 man.

Ukraine has filed a lawsuit in the European court of human rights against Russia for violations of the Moscow human rights of the Ukrainian political prisoners. This was announced by the Deputy Minister of justice, Commissioner for the ECHR Ivan Hazel on his page on Facebook on the evening of August 10.

“We just filed a new interstate lawsuit with the European court of human rights concerning Ukrainian political prisoners of the Kremlin”, – he wrote.

The Deputy Minister noted that the statement on pages 130 and about 3 thousand pages of add-ons describes the violations for 71 the prisoner.

According to Hazel, the Ukrainian government alleges systemic violations by the Russian Federation to the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, namely, article 3 (prohibition of torture and degrading conduct); article 5 (personal liberty); article 6 (fair trial); article 8 (respect for private and family life); article 10 (freedom of expression); article 13 (effective remedy); article 18 (prohibition of use allowed by the Convention of limitation of rights for the whole other than those for which they were provided) in relation to its citizens, which “Russia pursues politically motivated”.

“Klychu, Balaju, cook and Litvinov additionally submitted application under Rule 39 providing adequate medical support and information on health status,” – said the Deputy Minister.

The West needs to let go. 89 days of hunger strike.

Earlier, the ECHR called for a convict in Russia Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov to stop the hunger strike and accept medical treatment.

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