Yerevan /Mediamax/. Armenia and other five countries have not signed a declaration on creating a register of damage incurred to Ukraine at the summit of the Council of Europe in Reykjavik.
TASS reports that Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine Irina Mudraya said that Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Serbia and Turkey did not sign the declaration.
The countries that signed the declaration are Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova and Estonia.
Earlier, Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra said that at its Reykjavik meeting the Council of Europe officially approved the creation of a register of damage inflicted on Ukraine as a result of hostilities. The register that will be headquartered in The Hague, will receive, process and record claims for damages.
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