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Russia is satisfied with The Hague Court’s ruling in the case of Ukraine against Russia on April 19.

The International Court of Justice didn’t accept Ukraine’s claim that Russia was financing terrorist groups in the Donbas and refused to consider the Crimean annexation claim. It satisfied only part of Ukraine’s claim of racial discrimination regarding the education on Crimean Tatar, discrimination against Ukrainian languages and the ban of Crimean Tatar executive body Mejlis.

“It is important that the court didn’t satisfy Ukrainian claims about the ‘so-called’ aggression and occupation and acknowledged the Crimea status question as the one to be out of the case,” reads the official Russia’s Foreign Ministry Information Department message on Facebook.

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