INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF DAMAGE: THE GUARANTEE OF RECOVERING JUSTICE IN UKRAINE

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Olena Agapova
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1024-0238

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This study addresses the urgent need to establish a comprehensive compensation mechanism for damages incurred by Ukraine due to Russian aggression. The research analyzes the legal, procedural, and practical aspects of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on the Register of Damage instituted by the Council of Europe. Methodologically, the study employs existing literature, legal documentation, and various scientific methods to understand the dynamics of compensation mechanisms. The study identifies unresolved issues through a comprehensive literature review and proposes solutions. The study underscores the pivotal role of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine in meticulously documenting damages and proposes specific categories of compensation claims. Overall, the research highlights the significance of international cooperation and legal frameworks in restoring justice and providing accountability for those affected by the conflict.

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Agapova, Olena. 2024. “INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF DAMAGE: THE GUARANTEE OF RECOVERING JUSTICE IN UKRAINE”. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs 10 (1):97-110. https://doi.org/10.47305/JLIA24101106a.
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Olena Agapova, Riga Stradins University - Riga, Latvia; National Scientific Center “Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Forensic Science Institute”, Ministry of Justice - Kharkiv, Ukraine

In 2017, I obtained a PhD degree in Law Science. Research interest in public administration, administrative law, international relations, and forensic science. Hold the position of leading visiting researcher at Riga Stradins University (Latvia) and Head of the international department at the National Scientific Center, Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius (Ukraine). In 2022, I became an expert at the Latvian Council of Sciences (LZP).