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Ministry of Justice to expertize Russian film about Crimean annexation

The Government of Ukraine started conducting an examination of the Russian film 'Crimea. Way Home', the deliberations of which will be sent to the international organizations and the International Criminal Court.

Ministry of Justice to expertize Russian film about Crimean annexation

The Ukrainian government will conduct the analysis of the Russian creation filmed in anniversary of the Crimean annexation. Ministry of Justice of Ukraine has started the examination of the Russian film "Crimea. Way Home", said Pavlo Petrenko, the head of the Ministry of Justice, Joinfo.ua reports.

"We are currently conducting examination of this movie and are going to send these materials to the international organizations and the International Criminal Court," said Petrenko.

According to him, the statements made by Russian President Vladimir Putin in this film are actually regarded as proof of guilt of the Russian leadership of international crimes and military incursions into the territory of another state.

March 15, on the anniversary of annexation of Crimea, the TV channel Russia-1 presented the movie "Crimea. Way Home. In the two-hour documentary the Russian leader Vladimir Putin and other persons involved in the year-old events on the peninsula tell about how Crimea was transferred under the control of Moscow.

Earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk ordered the Ministry of Justice to send the materials on the Russian propaganda film "Crimea. Way Home" to the Hague Tribunal.