The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine sees grounds for appeal against the decision of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), which found a violation of the rights of the former Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko, the Ukraine’s government commissioner for the ECHR Nazar Kulchitsky said.

"We have not yet received the document, but we saw it on the website of the European Court and already acquainted with it. At the moment, we study the question of appealing to the Grand Chamber," Kulchitsky said.
He noted that Ukraine’s government has three months to prepare the appeal, since the deadline for submission is October 3, 2012.

"The initial study of the appeal gives reason to say that there are grounds for lodging an appeal," Kulchitsky said.
However, he did not specify the grounds for appeal against the ECHR's decision on the case of Lutsenko and noted that the arguments will be discussed in the presentation.

Kulchitsky noted that the issue on appeal is now being studied. According to him, it is not necessary wait for an official decision in paper form to appeal against the court decision.

At the same time, he noted that the appeal procedure does not provide for a mandatory meeting with Lutsenko.

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