Commissioner for Human Rights Visits Register of Damage for Ukraine

15/05/2024 The Hague

The Executive Director of the Register of Damage for Ukraine, Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi, welcomed the Council of Europe's new Commissioner for Human Rights, MichaelO' Flaherty, to the Register’s Office in The Hague. RD4U Executive Director Kliuchkovskyi thanked Commissioner O'Flaherty for his...

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Minister of Justice of Latvia Visits Register of Damage for Ukraine

03/04/2024 The Hague

The Executive Director of the Register of Damage for Ukraine, Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi, welcomed the Minister of Justice of Latvia, Inese Lībiņa-Egnere, to the Register's headquarters in The Hague. Latvia, a founding member of RD4U, is actively involved in the work of the Register. Last year,...

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Register of Damage for Ukraine Opens for Claims

02/04/2024 The Hague

The Register of Damage Caused by the Aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine (“Register of Damage for Ukraine” or “RD4U”) opens for the submission of claims. The official announcement was made by RD4U Executive Director at the 4th meeting of the Conference of Participants of the...

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Register of Damage for Ukraine to Open for Claims Submission on 2 April 2024

27/03/2024 The Hague

The Register of Damage Caused by the Aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine (RD4U) is proud to announce a major milestone in its mission to address the consequences of the war and bring justice and reparations to Ukraine and its people. On 2 April 2024, RD4U will officially open the...

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Ukrainians will be able to submit claims for damages caused by Russian aggression to the international Register of Damage via Diia

25/03/2024 Kyiv

Executive Director of the Register of Damages Caused by the Aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi and Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister for Innovation, Education, Science and Technology, Mykhailo Fedorov, signed in Kyiv an agreement on the exchange of...

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Register of Damage caused by the Aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine opens office in Kyiv

23/03/2024 Kyiv

The Register of Damage for Ukraine (RD4U) is pleased to announce the opening of its new office in Kyiv. The office will help the Register raise awareness amongst various stakeholders within Ukraine, including regional and local authorities, businesses, civil society organisations, and the general...

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Japan makes substantial voluntary contribution to the Register of Damage for Ukraine

20/03/2024

The Government of Japan has made a significant voluntary contribution in the amount of €735,000 to the Register of Damage for Ukraine for 2024. Japan is a founding Associate Member of the Enlarged Partial Agreement establishing the Register. Ambassador Uchida Hiroyuki, Permanent Observer of Japan...

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Statement by RD4U Executive Director on International Women’s Day 2024

This International Women's Day, we take a moment to recognise the tremendous challenges and suffering faced by women and girls due to the Russian aggression against Ukraine. War, with its devastating impact, does not discriminate, yet amidst the devastation, the tragic loss of lives, and the...

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The Board prepares for the opening of submission of claims to the Register of Damage for Ukraine

01/03/2024 The Hague

The Board of the Register of Damage Caused by the Aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine (RD4U) convened for its second meeting in The Hague from 27 February to 1 March 2024. The Board focused on the adoption of the rules and regulations necessary for the work of the Register and...

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The Board of the Register holds its inaugural meeting

15/12/2023 The Hague

At its inaugural meeting in The Hague (11-15 December), the Board of the Register of Damage for Ukraine (RD4U) elected its Chair and Vice-Chair, adopted its Rules of Procedure and discussed as a matter of urgency the categories of claims that will be eligible for submission to the Register. The...

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The Conference of Participants of the Register elects its Board

16/11/2023 Strasbourg

The Conference of Participants of the Register came together for its 3rd meeting on 16 November and elected the seven members of the Register’s Board. Of the 18 candidates (9 men and 9 women) from four different continents, Yulia Kyrpa (Ukraine), Norbert Wühler (Germany), Chiara Giorgetti...

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The Conference of Participants of the Register held its second meeting

12/09/2023 RIGA

Representatives from more than 40 countries gathered in Riga for the second meeting of the Conference of Participants of the Register, held in the Latvian capital, Riga. "With this second meeting of the Register of Damage, we are taking a further step towards justice and accountability for...

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Council of Europe ministers of Justice met in Riga to support justice for Ukraine

11/09/2023 RIGA

The ministers of Justice of Council of Europe member and observer states have adopted a declaration setting out the “Riga principles” to achieve comprehensive accountability for the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine and to provide redress to all victims of the war, including through...

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Seat of Register of Damage: Secretary General signs agreement with the Netherlands

17/07/2023 Strasbourg

Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Marija Pejčinović Burić, has signed the host State Agreement with the Kingdom of the Netherlands regarding the Seat of the Register of Damage caused by the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine. Forty-three member states are participating...

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Constitutive meeting of the Conference of Participants of the Register

27/06/2023 Strasbourg

The Conference of Participants of the Register held its constitutive meeting, bringing together the representatives of more than 40 countries. The Register will serve as a record of evidence and claims for damage, loss or injury caused to all natural and legal persons concerned, as well as the...

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Council of Europe Summit creates Register of Damage for Ukraine as a first step towards an international compensation mechanism for victims of Russian aggression

17/05/2023 REYKJAVIK

On the second day of the Council of Europe Summit in Reykjavik, Marija Pejčinović Burić, Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Prime Minister of Iceland, Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Thórdís Kolbrún Reykfjörd Gylfadóttir, Minister for Foreign Affairs...

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