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Russia must ‘immediately cease’ military actions in Ukraine, according to an international court ruling.

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The court has no direct methods of executing the judgement, despite the fact that it is binding. Ukraine said that after falsely accusing the inhabitants of the Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts of genocide, Russia launched and carried out a “special military operation” to prevent and punish the alleged crimes. President of the International Court of Justice Joan Donoghue: Any military action by the Russian Federation on Ukrainian territory ultimately results in the loss of life, mental and bodily harm, as well as damage to property and the environment. Both parties must refrain from taking any action that may “aggravate or extend the dispute,” according to the courts. The necessary conditions were met to give the ICJ the authority to indicate provisional measures, according to President of the Court Joan Donoghue of the United States, who stated that the rights asserted by Ukraine are plausible and that the condition of urgency was met in that acts causing irreparable prejudice can “occur at any moment.”

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