European Court on human rights started to consider claims from Ukraine
From an interview of Professor Vladimir Butkevich, a judge of the European Court on human rights
Question: How many Ukrainian claims was received by the European Court on human rights and how many of them have been considered?
Answer: By the state on 10 May 1999 the European Court on human rights received 1132 claims, 255 of them are registered, 95 of them are considered incorrect (82 by the Court and 13 by the Commission on human rights). Two cases are considered to be admissible, for five cases the Ukrainian state will be asked to render additional information.