Russia’s Annexation of Crimea In The Light Of Russian-Ukrainian Agreements on the Black Sea Fleet

This article examines the circumstances of the armed attack; the first stage of the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine aiming and eventually leading to the occupation and annexation of Crimea in February-March 2014. These events are considered against the background of the role of the Russian Federation Black Sea Fleet deployed on the territory of Ukraine, the provisions of bilateral interstate and intergovernmental agreements on the Black Sea Fleet deployment, and the interrelation of the aggressor state actions with treaty rules. The study addresses the breaches of the above agreements, the qualification of the Russian side actions, and possible decisions of Ukraine in this regard.

Dr. Oleksandr Zadorozhnii is the Head of International Law Department at the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University and A.M. to National Academy of Jurisprudence of Ukraine. He is also the President of Ukraine’s International Law Association and a Member of the Permanent Council of Arbitration in the Hague. He was a Member of Parliament of Ukraine, chairing the Committee on Justice and Law. He was also Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Parliament.

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