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Ukraine lawyers insist that UN’s top court has jurisdiction to hear Kyiv’s case against Russia

  • Ukraine's international allies have come forward to support Kyiv's case against Russia in the International Court of Justice, alleging that Russia used false claims of genocide as a pretext for invading Ukraine.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warns world leaders that Russia is "weaponizing" various aspects, including food and energy, and even abducting children in their war against Ukraine, and cautions that the same could happen to them.
  • Representatives from 32 states argue that the court does have jurisdiction and should pursue Ukraine's case, as it involves a dispute between Ukraine and Russia concerning the application of the Genocide Convention.
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