According to Gerashchenko, the owners of lost property are not active enough

Photo: Iryna Gerashchenko / Facebook

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine is not working hard enough filing lawsuits against Russia for its aggression. About this in Facebook said the first Vice-speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s representative in the trilateral contact group Irina Gerashchenko.

“The government has substantially derelict in the matter of claims against the Russian Federation. Here we do want a more active position of the Ministry of justice to drive the Russian claims do not Mozhaisk (town in Moscow region. – “GORDON”), but certainly to the Hague”, – she wrote.

According to first Vice speaker are not active enough in this matter, and owners of lost property.

“Please note that while none of the owners of the stolen metallurgical enterprises, mines or factories in the Donbas not filed lawsuits against “big brother”. Meanwhile, these same owners openly support several candidates [for the presidency], give them unlimited use of their channels. Hoping that those will solve the issue with Russia amicably? Will not solve,” – said Gerashchenko.

КАНДИДАТИ І ДОНБАС Чисельні кандидати в президенти вже почали експлуатувати тему Криму і Донбасу. Очевидно, що…

Опубліковано Iryna Gerashchenko Неділя, 5 серпня 2018 р.

The armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine began in April 2014. Fighting underway between the Ukrainian military and Pro-Russian militants who control part of the territory of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Gennady Zubko in 2016, said that to restore the infrastructure of Donbass need $15 billion.

In April 2018, the Minister of the temporarily occupied territories and internally displaced persons Vadim Chernysh said that damage to government-controlled areas of Donbas, as of 2014 estimated at $1.5 billion, and controlled assessments were carried out.

On 1 August the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko informed that Ukraine will initiate a lawsuit against Russia for damages in the Donbass.