Aust military court faces stiff resources challenge from a pro-Russian Ukrainian government
On June 19 a Russia더킹카지노n court in St Petersburg convicted a retired general of war crimes for allegedly having directed troops to seize civilian buildings and then to kill civilians during Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea. Th바카라사이트e court ordered the Russian Federation to pay an emotional visit to the court to deliver a formal apology for violating Russia’s constitution and laws, and to hold a conference on military reform of Russia’s armed forces.
The Russian Federation did not agree with the ruling, with government officials noting that the court’s decision was based on unreliable evidence and that it will not be enforced. The Supreme Court of Russia has jurisdiction over matters of military law.
“What is the right position of Russia to be in this whole crisis that is going on here? What are the necessary steps to avoid more wars? How can I not want to avoid all war? We are the victims of war. There is no option but to say, ‘The people don’t understand, we don’t understand’ and to let it go. That’s the right position, if you have it. Ifnatyasastra.com you don’t, don’t have any of it,'” Putin said at a news conference earlier this week.
The court’s decision came amid growing tensions between Russia and Western states over the conduct of eastern Ukraine in eastern Ukraine’s push for independence from Kiev. At least 10,000 people have died since April’s unrest, according to a UNICEF report.
The U.S. State Department is calling for “all sides to refrain from direct and indiscriminate violence” in the violence, and is considering sanctions against Russia for supporting separatists in eastern Ukraine. The European Union also expressed “deep concern” at the court’s verdict.