At the same time, the government is yet to figure out the exact amount of state and municipal property is that is now de facto at disposal of Russian proxy forces.
18:40, 03 February 2021
The claims have not been filed yet because the lawyers have asked the court to first rule whether Dutch or Ukrainian law should be applied when requesting damages.
22:50, 31 August 2020
Only minor injuries were reported among the Ukrainians.
17:59, 05 August 2020
Some 205 kilometers of roads and more than 120 bridges have been damaged.
12:00, 27 June 2020
Ukraine still uses the Soviet-era definition of moral damage.
12:00, 12 June 2020
No civilian casualties have been reported.
20:30, 24 May 2020
Most of the funds will be distributed to farmers in Odesa region.
14:00, 15 May 2020
International sanctions forced Russia to somewhat cut production over the past years.
19:50, 26 February 2020
The largest number of Ukrainian lawsuits against Russia were filed in 2014-2015 with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
09:50, 26 February 2020
The most common cause of damage was fire from rocket-launcher and artillery systems, as well as mortars.
11:55, 12 February 2020
The fines relate to a dozen businesses.
01:39, 11 January 2020
Photos depicting the lake before and after were posted by a blogger.
09:57, 18 November 2019
It is impossible to solve the water problem by extracting groundwater.
11:18, 15 November 2019
The concrete structures were partially destroyed, but the reinforcement withstood the blast.
15:26, 19 September 2019
Three civilian houses, fence damaged in Russia-led forces' recent attack on Maryinka – JFO HQ (Photos)No civilian casualties have been reported.
19:20, 14 July 2019
It was followed by at least 16 aftershocks of magnitude 4 or above.
18:38, 06 July 2019
According to rescuers, there were three explosions, rather than two.
21:53, 01 June 2019
Among other things, calls were voiced for assessing “moral damage” to local residents.
11:05, 04 April 2019
The fire brigade reported no injuries.
23:45, 30 March 2019