Russia should suspend the military operation in Ukraine

The solution – “The parties must refrain from actions that may aggravate the dispute” in which the court was called to deliberate “or make the solution more difficult,” continues the judge, announcing the decision taken after the request made by “Ukraine”.

By introducing the decision, Donoghue also regretted that Russia had not participated in the previous hearings and established that – contrary to what Moscow claims – the International Court of Justice in The Hague has “the jurisdiction” to decide the case on the basis of the UN Genocide Convention.

Zelensky rejoices – “Ukraine has won a complete victory in the case against Russia in the International Court of Justice. The court ordered Russia to stop the invasion of Ukraine immediately. The order is binding under international law. Ignoring the decision will push Russia into further isolation.” So on Twitter Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Kyiv asked the court to intervene, arguing that Russia had violated the 1948 Genocide Convention by falsely accusing Ukraine of genocide and using it as a pretext for an ongoing invasion.

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