The annexation of the Crimea and the start of the Russian war in Donbas cannot be considered acts of terrorism against Ukraine. Kyiv has no right to file a lawsuit against Russia, and the International Court of Justice does not have jurisdiction to consider such a case.
Kyiv has repeatedly deceived Moscow and violated bilateral agreements, which significantly affected Russian-Ukrainian relations.
No evidence given. It's Russia who violated several bilateral agreements signed with Ukraine, along with other international agreements.
The violations of international law and agreements of Russia have been confirmed by the international community. This regards not only the annexation of the Crimea, but also non-compliance with the provisions of the Minsk agreements, the continued fire from the separatists in the Donbas, supported by Russia, Ukrainian political prisoners, the continuing arrests of the Crimean Tatars in Crimea, among others.
The extension of sanctions against Russia has been supported by the member states of the European Union, the United States and a number of other countries, as one of the measures in response to Russia's violation of international law.
Back in 2015, the Robert Schuman Institute listed a number of agreements that Russia violated. Since then, this list only increases. “By annexing Crimea, Vladimir Putin violated the basic UN documents, the statutes of the Council of Europe, of which Russia is a member, at least two regional treaties that established peace in Europe and two bilateral treaties that were signed with Ukraine, as well as the Constitution of Ukraine and Crimea” noted the document.
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