The legislative framework, which was formed in Ukraine, turns the territory of that state in an area outside the law, said the representative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation for human rights, democracy and rule of law Konstantin Dolgov, a speech in the state Duma.
"in principle, we can talk about the fact that Ukraine Already in enough that, if not completed, in its entirety, there is a Legislative framework, regulatory framework, which in fact turns the territory of the state in the lawless space. Anyway, in regard to human rights and the rule of law, that's for sure, " said he.
According to Dolgov, one of the most serious consequences of this situation is the " spillover instability, overflow extremists ".
"Already a lot of information about what those fighters, mercenary soldiers who fought in the Donbass, fought desperately, but somehow it did, was forcibly deprived of life of civilians in the majority. They currently have Already returned to their native European countries, other countries and, probably, will try their hand at a number of other conflict regions, " he added.
After the coup in Ukraine in February 2014, the Parliament adopted a number of high-profile laws, which provoked criticism from the authorities of the Russian Federation. For example, in the capital of Russia criticized the law, which in fact equates the Communist regime to Nazi and prohibits its symbolism, as well as laws restricting the broadcasting of Russian channels and a presentation of Russian films.
in addition, the official authorized SC of the Russian Federation Vladimir Markin said Last news that the Ministry investigates 54 criminal cases on war crimes in the Donbass and ready to give their materials for consideration in the international court.