(Manually translated from the original Ukrainian)
The world is not ready for the consequences of recognizing Russia as a terrorist nation – Stets on the decision of the International Court of Justice
The International Court of Justice has not recognized as sufficient evidence from Ukraine regarding the financing by the Russian Federation of terrorism because of the possible negative consequences of such a decision. This opinion was broadcast on the TV channel ” 112 Ukraine ” by the Minister of Information Policy Yuri Stets, reports Censor.net.
“There are also people who understand that when they recognize Russia as a terrorist nation, it will have consequences, but for now the world is not ready for these consequences.” This is a key problem for Ukraine – the world is not ready for Every judge in the UN court took this into account: how do they treat terrorists in most countries of the world? They are being destroyed. Is the world ready to destroy Russia? “, Said the official.
Stets added that in general, in his opinion, the interim decision passed by the UN court on the suit of Ukraine to the Russian Federation is very positive.
“Finally, officially at the highest level in the world, it is recognized that Russia is a party to the conflict, this is the first document that shows that Russia is a party to the conflict, not an outside viewer, as Russia very much wanted. Russia responded to the whole world for the military aggression it is conducting here on the territory of Ukraine, in comparison with Syria, where there are no such decisions yet, ” the minister said.
We remind you that on April 19, 2017, the International Court of Justice announced an interim decision on the suit “Ukraine vs. Russia”. In particular, the court recognized the jurisdiction over the case “Ukraine vs. Russia” . However, he refused temporary measures against the Russian Federation under the convention on prohibiting the financing of terrorism . At the same time, the International Court ordered Ukraine and Russia to fully implement the “Minsk agreements” , and also obliged the Russian Federation to ensure the work of the Mejlis and grant access to training in Ukrainian in the occupied Crimea .