Polyansky commented on Kuliba’s statements regarding Kiev’s appeal to the UN Court

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MOSCOW, July 2 – RIA Novosti. The statements of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuliba, on a complaint to the International Court of Justice, accusing Moscow of allegedly violating the Genocide Convention, do not deserve much attention, decided Dmitry Polyansky, deputy representative of Russia to the international organization.

Kuleba said on Friday that Ukraine appealed to the International Court of Justice The United Nationsthis time blame Russia in violation of the Special Operation Genocide Convention in Ukraine. The Ukrainian minister did not specify the infringement in question. At the same time, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already pointed out that the special military operation in Ukraine is carried out on the basis of the right to self-defense under Art. 51 of the United Nations Charter, and not from the Genocide Convention.

“Everything is very confusing there, there are a lot of court cases, there are very few results from it. Lawyers work on both sides, but as practice shows, usually things get more and more complicated, so the Ukrainian side tries to solve everything as wishful thinking” – Polyansky said on the air of Solovyov Live.

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