“The head of the Council of Ministers” Russia annexed the Crimea Sergey Aksenov requested the District administrative court of Kyiv to cancel the decision of the Council of national security and defense on the introduction of sanctions against him. This is stated in the press service of the court.
“The District administrative court of Kyiv received a claim from Sergey Aksenov the Council of national security and defense of Ukraine, third parties – the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the security Service of Ukraine and the national Bank of Ukraine”, – stated in the message.
Thus, Feldman asks to recognize illegal and cancel the decision of the NSDC “On the application and cancellation of personal special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions),” on the inclusion of Sergei Aksyonov in the list of persons against which the sanctions are applied.
At the moment the court decides about opening of proceedings in the administrative case.
Note that on may 14 Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko enacted the decision of the Council of national security and defense on the introduction of synchronized with the US sanctions against Russia. In particular for 3 years imposed sanctions against Aksenov.
Feldman is involved in the case in which he and a number of “officials” of the Crimea suspected of committing crimes under part 4 of article 28, part 1 of article 109 (actions aimed at forcible change or overthrow the constitutional order or seizure of state power), part 4 of article 28, part 3, article 110 (encroachment on territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine, which led to serious consequences), part 1 of article 111 (high treason), part 1 of Art. 255 (creating criminal organization) of the criminal code of Ukraine.
Recall that the Crimea was illegally annexed by Russia in March 2014 after the “referendum” is not recognized neither Ukraine nor the world community. Including the “Crimean referendum” does not recognize and the United Nations. After establishing control over Crimea by the Russian occupation authorities on the Peninsula has worsened the situation with human rights, have concluded that not only the Ukrainian ombudsmen, but also international organizations, including PACE.