Ukraine collects facts to denounce Russia before the ICC


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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

The highest Ukrainian authorities seek sufficient evidence for an international lawsuit.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba said Friday that his country has begun to collect facts about the actions of the Russian armed forces after the invasion of the country to send them to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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“The Russian attacks on a kindergarten and an orphanage are war crimes and violations of the Rome Statute,” Kuleba wrote on Twitter, announcing that these and other facts “will be sent to the ICC.

The head of Ukrainian diplomacy assured that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is collecting evidence together with the Office of the Attorney General to send them “immediately to The Hague”. “They will not be able to escape punishment,” he added.

The Ukrainian authorities have accused since the beginning of the Russian military operation against Ukraine ordered this Thursday by the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, of attacking civilian facilities, something that the Russian Ministry of Defense has denied.

“The Russian military takes all measures to avoid casualties among the civilian population,” said the spokesman for the Russian military entity, Igor Konashenkov, on Friday, who in turn accused the Ukrainian Army of placing multiple launchers in populated areas to use the population as a “human shield”.


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