Ukraine has prepared for the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg three separate schedules with per-minute chronology of the Russian troops invasion.
‘We have human readings for every video record either of those, who made audio record or was ‘on the picture’. We made three separate schedules. One of them is about entrance of Russian troops. We showed which unit, when they had come in… when left. And separately we made the schedule of the capturing of Ukrainian infrastructure. We have an information, the schedule about capturing or blocking of Ukrainian military units and there are especially facts on the end February – the beginning of March. We really have an information minute by minute, hour by hour’, the government commissioner for the European Court of Human Rights Ivan Lischina has reported about it in the broadcasting of ‘5 channel’.
He emphasized that the human readings of a half of a hundred of witnesses and nearly a hundred of video materials were directed now in the ECHR.
In general, there are five suits against Russia which are considered in Strasbourg. This is about not only the annexation of the peninsula, but also about Donbass aggression. Ukraine side is going to provide evidence to the servants of Themis after two months.