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21 JuneWorld
The Ukrainian Week talked again with an attorney representing the families of those killed in the disaster of the Malaysian MH17 flight in a lawsuit against the Russian Federation in the European Court of Human Rights, on the evidence in this case, and on the possible consequences of the verdict for Russia
3 May, 2013News
30 April, 2013Officially
11 April, 2013News
ECHR revealed “a legislative lacuna concerning freedom of assembly which has remained in Ukraine since the end of the Soviet Union” when reaching their judgement in the case of Vyerentsov v. Ukraine, is stated on Council of Europe official website.
23 April, 2012Politics
The European Court of Human Rights has yet to rule in Yuriy Lutsenko’s case
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Russia has returned three navy boats to Ukraine almost a year after they were seized in the Black Sea off the Crimean Peninsula, officials say
yesterday, ,
Тhe Ukrainian Week speaks to former Minister of Foreign Affairs about the reasons for Russia’s pullout from the Geneva Conventions, the recognition of the Holodomor in Germany and the quality of Ukraine’s diplomatic communication with the world
yesterday, Alla Lazareva,
PM Oleksiy Honcharuk and Minister of Finance Oksana Markarova met with the IMF mission head Ron van Rooden and mission's economist Gabor Pula to discuss the new EFF
17 November, ,
Why did Volodymyr Zelenskiy need to lift immunity for MPs and how does this threaten Ukraine’s democracy?
17 November, Maksym Vikhrov,
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