Only the Ukrainian president or the Cabinet of Ministers may challenge Ukrainian-Russian international agreements on the extension of the Russian Black Sea Fleet's presence in Crimea at the Constitutional Court if they are ratified,  Constitutional Court Chairman Andriy Stryzhak  said at a briefing.

He commented on whether the question of the constitutionality of the Ukrainian-Russian agreements could be considered by the Constitutional Court.

"I still cannot say something concrete on this agreement, as I haven't read it yet. By the way, you should know that under international agreements, there are only two subjects that can submit motions - the president and the Cabinet of Ministers, rather than MPs, or anybody else," Stryzhak said, according to UKRINFORM.

He proposed waiting until the agreements are ratified, and only then talking about the possibility of their interpretation by the Constitutional Court.

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev signed an agreement extending the lease on the Russian naval base in Crimea by 25 years after 2017 at a meeting in Kharkiv on April 21.

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