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Ukraine sent schedules of the Russian troops invasion to the ECHR 08/01/2017 18:06:38. Total views 570. Views today — 0.

Ukraine has sent the evidence of the Crimea annexation - the testimony of fifty witnesses and about a hundred video materials - to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. This was stated on the air of 5 Kanal by the government commissioner for the European Court of Human Rights Ivan Lishchyna.

In general, five lawsuits against Russia are being considered in Strasbourg. This is not only about the annexation of peninsula, but also about the aggression in the Donbass, the evidence of which will be provided by the Ukrainian party to the servants of Themis in two months.

"We have either the testimony of a person who made an audio recording or was "in the picture" for each videotape. We made three separate graphics. One is the entrance of Russian troops. We showed what unit, when it entered, where it was unloaded…, when it left from there. We have schedules for seizing the Ukrainian infrastructure. We have information, a schedule for seizing or blocking Ukrainian military units. We have detailed information at the end of February or early March", – he noted.