Russia’s failure to implement orders of the International Tribunal for the law of the sea the urgent release of Ukrainian sailors will be expensive to stand up to the aggressor country
About this in facebook wrote to the President of the European Committee for the prevention of torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment Nicholas Gnatowski.
“It will be obvious international offence, will create the basis for new sanctions, condemning them to lose the case in arbitration on the merits (because it is only a preliminary stage), will not affect prospects in other courts would undermine the legal, political and moral position in all international forums. In short, it will cost dearly. Much more than just the release of the sailors, ” he writes.
We will remind, the UN Tribunal ordered Russia to immediately release Ukrainian sailors and let them return to Ukraine.
“The court finds it necessary to demand from Russia to release detained three Ukrainian ships Nikopol, Berdyansk and Yana mouthpiece, 24 of the detained sailors, and let them return to Ukraine”, — said the Chairman of the Tribunal.
The Russian foreign Ministry already issued a statement, claiming that the UN Tribunal had no right to decide the fate of the captured sailors.
President Vladimir Zelensky believes that Russia’s reaction to the decision of the International UN Tribunal for the law of the sea regarding 24 Ukrainian sailors will show you which path in the Kremlin on Ukraine.
According to him, performing the court’s decision “Russia can take a step towards unblocking the negotiations and the solution it created problems in a civilized way”.
“…Let’s see which path in the Kremlin. But we want to bring our boys home!” — said the head of state.
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