The European Court of justice rejected the appeal of Ukraine on the order to reimburse the legal expenses of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych and his sons, in the amount of 6, 378 million hryvnia (about 247 thousand Dollars).
it is said about it in the press release of the organization English law Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP. The European court obliged Ukraine to pay the costs of Yanukovych in the past year. The court rejected the appeal and confirmed that the Ukrainian Government is not only obliged to incur " the costs in connection with the failed accession process, but also expenses in connection with the failed attempt of the appeal ", reports korrespondent. Net.
it also notes that Ukraine has been waiting for more than 1 year before you try to challenge this decision." Despite the fact that in March 2015, the General Court of the EU has obliged the Government of Ukraine to reimburse the legal expenses of President Yanukovych and his sons, Authorized Ukraine waited over 1 year before in June 2016, has tried to challenge this decision in the European court of justice, the highest court of the EU ", - reported in a press release. However, on Thursday it was announced that the General Directorate for migration, Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia officially assured that Viktor Yanukovych is placed within due to the state granted him temporary asylum. In addition, on Thursday the constitutional Court of Ukraine has scheduled the consideration of the legality of the deprivation of Yanukovych the title of President. According to the Constitution the title of President of Ukraine is protected by legislative act and saved him for life, unless the President was removed from office by impeachment. Remember, fifteen September the European Court of justice General jurisdiction are not fully satisfied the claims of the ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and his son Alexander on the abolition of punishments of the EU, abolishing them for the 2014-2015 year, but confirmed for 2015-2016. The European Union has imposed 5 Mar 2014 the target of the punishment for the 18 Residents of Ukraine, including Yanukovych and 2 of his sons, ex-Premier Mykola Azarov and close to them. These measures were introduced for one year and included a ban on entering the EU and freezing Bank assets of members of the blacklist. The basis for the punishment of Brussels called the " inappropriate use of public funds." Punishment was extended to 6 March 2017.