Russia’s Justice Ministry may sue Nazi collaborators at the European Court of Human Rights in response to the conviction of Soviet veteran Vasily Kononov, Justice Minister Alexander Konovalov said on Wednesday.”There is nothing to stop us from launching one or two symmetric lawsuits aimed at searching for those who shot scores of people in the Pskov, Tver and Smolensk regions,” Konovalov said.Kononov, 87, who led a group of resistance fighters against Nazi Germany in the Baltic state during World War II, was jailed by Latvia in 1998 after he was convicted of ordering the killing of nine villagers in 1944. He admitted to the killings, but said the dead were Nazi collaborators who were caught in crossfire.