Ukraine has already filed several lawsuits against the Russian Federation, demanding to seek compensation for the annexation of the Crimea. Russia's permanent representative to the EU, Vladimir Chizhov, called these claims unpromising.
“The following complaint will be filed, so that they are soon considered ... It will be a separate complaint, because the previous ones are communicated and no new facts are accepted,” Sevostyanova said.
According to her, "Ukraine collects facts about the violation of human rights by Russia in the Crimea and the Donbass, which will be combined into a new complaint."
The deputy minister noted that at the present time "the available facts are being systematized for filing a complaint." However, she did not indicate the exact timeframe for their submission, noting that "Russia is delaying consideration by the European Court of complaints already filed."
Recall that Kiev still considers the Crimea Ukrainian territory, temporarily occupied by Russia.