Ukraine’s – Problematic Positioning

Ukraine’s – Problematic Positioning

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#2 Apr 17, 2014
18 April 2014, Australian Update

24 ABC News this morning have broadcast a statement without any evidence locatable within NATO.

This statement said that "NATO, Ukraine Foreign Minister and Russian Foreign Minister have came to an agreement, in peace talks".

This agreement is to offer diplomatic immunity from any charges draw, thus in relation to playing a part in the Revolution and holding buildings and streets captive from Ukraine authorities and forces.

This statement in broadcast hearsay also outlines that any Pro-Russian Gunman that has breached laws by holding captive government assets will not be extended this immunity.

This is a statement in claim, where de-escalation of the crisis is not the intention over all, but that ploy in of allowance for Ukraine forces to move, as such are not moving greatly during the day, whilst NATO Forces are gaining distance to land within days.

Their intention is hostile against Pro-Russia Militants and Public civilians, whom are interfering in the security process of Ukraine.

NATO at the same time are processing application to apply sanctions on the Russia Federation, However Russia has reserve rights in response to entering Ukraine for purpose of security.

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#4 Apr 18, 2014
Ukraine not an active member of Roman Statue..

No Guarantee can be made on Agreement, nor can Ukraine civilians be accountable under International Law Statue, only Local Judicial Law.

Russian Federation are a permanent member of The Security Council with Reserve Rights.

NATO can only Act on Humanity Rights via Ukraine as a State member of the U.N., thus meaning NATO have no International jurisdiction over Crimes committed within the nation.

The below Registrar submission was made under the dissolved government of Ukraine, not Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

Brett Hutton

Press Release : 17/04/2014
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Ukraine accepts ICC jurisdiction over alleged crimes committed between 21 November 2013 and 22 February 2014


Today, 17 April 2014, the Registrar of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Herman von Hebel, received a declaration lodged by Ukraine accepting the ICC's jurisdiction with respect to alleged crimes committed in its territory from 21 November 2013 to 22 February 2014.

The declaration was lodged under article 12(3) of the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the ICC, which enables a State not party to the Statute to accept the exercise of jurisdiction of the Court.

The Registrar informed the Ukrainian Government of the effects of the declaration in accordance with the ICC's legal framework, namely that the ICC now has jurisdiction over possible crimes that might have been committed in the context of the above-mentioned situation and that the provisions of Part 9 of the Statute relating to international cooperation and judicial assistance apply.

The declaration has been transmitted to the ICC's Office of the Prosecutor for further consideration.

The acceptance of the ICC's jurisdiction does not automatically trigger an investigation. It is for the ICC Prosecutor to decide whether or not to request the judges' authorisation to open an investigation, if the Prosecutor considers that the information available to her establishes the existence of a reasonable basis to open an investigation.

If an investigation is opened, it will also be for the ICC Prosecutor to decide, on the basis of the evidence collected, whether to ask the ICC judges to issue arrest warrants or summonses to appear for persons charged with the commission of crimes falling under the ICC's jurisdiction.

Background: The ICC is an independent, permanent court that tries individuals accused of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole, namely the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression.

The ICC is based on a treaty, the Rome Statute, joined by 122 countries.

A State may decide to ratify the Rome Statute but may also make a declaration under article 12-3 of the Statute declaring its acceptance of the Court's jurisdiction.

The UN Security Council may also refer a situation in relation to any Member State of the United Nations.

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