TOP LEGAL EVENTS OF THE LAST WEEK
An increasing number of states and international organisations characterise the Russian Federation as a state that supports and engages in terrorism. Such countries as Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, the Netherlands, and Slovakia, as well as the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the Parliamentary Assembly of NATO, and the European Parliament, have recognized by all possible means Russia's political regime as the one connected to terrorism. Furthermore, the adoption of another resolution by the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly reaffirms the consistent determination of the international community to label Russia and its aggressive policies accurately.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has labelled the Russian Federation as a state that sponsors terrorism. Additionally, they have designated the private military company "Wagner" as a terrorist organisation.
The International Center for the Investigation of the Crime of Aggression against Ukraine began its work in The Hague on Monday, July 3. The centre is based at the European Agency for Cooperation in the field of Criminal Justice (Eurojust).
Global grain traders - Cargill, Viterra, Louis Dreyfus have stopped exporting Russian grain from July 1, leaving Russia. They informed the Russian Ministry of Agriculture about this decision, along with the fact that they are starting to work out issues of transferring their business to new owners back in March of this year.
The Federation Council ratified an agreement between the Russian Federation and the so-called "Republic of Abkhazia" on dual citizenship at the meeting on Wednesday. The citizens of one party have the right to acquire the citizenship of the other party now without renouncing their existing citizenship.