Russia has filed its first interstate application at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), a press release published on the website of the Office of Prosecutor General said. The application concerns a number of violations of human rights and freedoms in Ukraine that took place after the Maidan coup in 2014.
The document states that Ukraine has repeatedly violated a number of articles of the European Convention on Human Rights, such as “Right to life”, “Prohibition of torture”, “Right to liberty and security of person”, “Right to respect for private and family life” and others.
In particular, it goes about Kiev’s responsibility for:

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