The Hague Peace Palace will soon hold hearings for a case accusing Russia of breaking the Convention on the Prohibition of Genocide. The “European Pravda” reported this.
Russia, which didn’t participate in the previous hearings, now sent lawyers to The Hague to defend against charges.
Ukraine will be represented by experts from the Foreign Ministry, lawyers from all over the world, and a team of international scholars who have been defending Ukraine’s interests in The Hague for a long time.
Also, thirty-two additional countries have joined Ukraine’s legal case against russia.