Here Is A Way How Ukraine Can Bill Russia For A War Damage
Mr. Dirken, an American politician from 60s, once said: “A billion here, a billion there, sooner or later it adds up to real money”, writes in his VoxUkraine op-ed Sasha Borovik, a London attorney. Time is now for Ukraine to go for that real money, he suggests.
Ukraine, in turn, should roll its sleeves and prepare claims, which it may break into six categories—similarly to the ones against Iraq:
(A) claims from individuals forced to flee invaded zones ;
(B) claims from individuals who (or whose family) suffered injuries or death as a result of the invasion;
(C) claims from individuals for business losses, pain and anguish, property damage etc. less than $100,000;
(D) claims from individuals for business losses, pain and anguish, property damage etc. more than $100,000;
(E) claims from companies and other entities for business losses;
(F) governmental and international agencies claims for cost of resettling and providing relief to citizens, claims for damage to government property and to the environment.