Zelensky: Those who gave up Crimea must be held accountableHe says this is a matter of justice.
12:20, 20 October 2020
Dutch FM comments on Russia's withdrawal from MH17 talksThe Netherlands does not rule out any options to achieve justice for the 298 victims and their loved ones.
21:58, 15 October 2020
Low salaries and corruption: Ukrainians rank acute problemsCorruption ranked second with 91.2% of votes.
16:40, 19 May 2020
State bailiff seeking recovery of US$250 mln from PrivatBank in favor of Surkis familyThe bank asked the law enforcement agencies and the Justice Ministry to assess the bailiff's actions.
16:55, 08 May 2020
CNN: U.S. Justice Department puts Brooklyn prosecutor atop Ukraine probesIt's not clear what cases will fall under Donoghue's purview.
04:15, 21 February 2020
Australian foreign minister: Ukraine-Russia prisoner swap affecting justice for MH17 victimsThe Australian government does welcome confirmation from the Dutch Prosecutor that the release of Tsemakh will not affect the commencement of the prosecution of four individual suspects in a Dutch court in March 2020.
23:59, 08 September 2019
U.S. urges Ukraine to find, bring perpetrators of Sheremet's murder to justiceIndependent media play an important role in Ukrainian democracy, the embassy said.
16:33, 20 July 2019
UK to contribute 100,000 pounds to establishment of criminal court in Hague to deal with MH17 caseThe United Kingdom continues to support Australia and the Netherlands in their call on Russia to accept responsibility for the downing of flight MH17.
22:59, 17 July 2019
Ukraine's PGO warns EU court may lift sanctions against Yanukovych, his alliesSargan said the current EU sanctions against 12 former Ukrainian officials and their closest associates were prolonged in March 2019 and would remain in force.
15:20, 11 July 2019
Kyrgyz-born German sentenced for joining Russia-backed forces in Ukraine – mediaThe trial is the second case in which a participant in the conflict is being prosecuted in Germany.
10:48, 11 July 2019
Ukraine recovers Yanukovych's US$3 mln through special confiscation procedureThe funds were placed on the State Executive Service's deposit account on May 7.
13:59, 10 May 2019
Amnesty International: Five years after Euromaidan, justice for victims 'still not even in sight' – RFE/RLMore than 100 people were killed and 2,500 injured in clashes with security forces, some of them shot dead by snipers.
00:30, 20 February 2019
All complicit in Kherson activist murder to be brought to responsibility, Poroshenko reassuresThe president stressed that the Handziuk case should be forwarded to court as soon as possible.
21:50, 16 December 2018
Ukraine to lodge lawsuit with International Court of Justice over Russian aggression in Black SeaUkraine also expressed its strong protest at the International Maritime Organization over Russia's recent attack on Ukrainian boats in the Black Sea.
12:36, 04 December 2018
Amnesty International: Legacy of murdered Handziuk must be end of attackers' impunityThe authorities must ensure that anyone who harasses, intimidates or assaults civil society activists is brought to justice, Amnesty International said.
14:11, 06 November 2018
EU on Handziuk's murder: Tangible steps needed to reverse attacks against activistsThe EU expects the Ukrainian authorities to redouble their efforts to swiftly and thoroughly investigate this crime.
13:17, 06 November 2018
U.S. calls on Ukraine to bring perpetrators of Handziuk's murder to justiceThe ambassador offered her condolences and deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Kateryna Handziuk.
10:44, 05 November 2018
OSCE: Justice must be served for murder of Ukrainian journalist Vyacheslav Veremyi<p>OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Harlem Desir on Saturday expressed serious dismay that a four-year suspended sentence in the case of the murder of journalist Vyacheslav Veremyi in Kyiv leads to impunity.</p>
23:10, 23 December 2017
Ukraine's Higher Council of Justice dismisses only 10% of ''Maidan judges''<p>Ukraine's Higher Council of Justice has virtually completed the consideration of disciplinary proceedings under the law on restoring confidence in the judiciary, which provides the vetting of judges who made decisions with obvious signs of arbitrariness during Maidan events late in 2013 – early in 2014, according to lawyer Roman Maselko, a member of the Public Integrity Council at the Higher Qualification Commission of Judges. </p>
11:59, 25 September 2017