Moscow has challenged the Hague court’s jurisdiction in the case. The International Court of Justice also said it did not have jurisdiction over two other aspects of the Ukrainian case.
Two French volunteers were killed in a Russian drone attack. Three others were injured
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The court will not hear claims that Russia’s invasion violated the 1948 Genocide Convention and that Moscow’s recognition of two separatist republics in eastern Ukraine also violated the convention, the AP reported.
Ukraine sued Russia days after Russia launched its ongoing armed aggression on February 24, 2022.
Court decisions are legally binding, but the tribunal has no enforcement mechanisms. Already in March 2022, the court ordered Russia to immediately stop military operations in Ukraine. As expected, Moscow rejected the request.
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