UN Intl Court: Not enough evidence of Russian financing of terrorism
The UN International Court (Hague) has ruled there are insufficient grounds for provisional measures against the Russian Federation, pursuant to the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, as cited in Ukraine's case against Russia.
This is reported by Interfax-Ukraine
The court concluded the conditions necessary for applying provisional measures pursuant to the convention did not meet the requirements, President of the International Court of Justice Judge Ronny Abraham said.
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Abraham added that Ukraine had not submitted evidence of Russian financing of terrorism.
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"In this context, at this state of the case, Ukraine has not submitted enough evidence that would demonstrate that these elements [of the case] are substantiated," Abraham said.