19 countries advocate the establishment of a dedicated international tribunal to prosecute Russian crimes in Ukraine
Chairs of Foreign Affairs Committees of 19 Parliaments and the European Parliament advocate the establishment of a dedicated international tribunal to prosecute Russia’s international crimes in Ukraine, the joint statement reads.
Chairs of Foreign Committees strongly support the investigation launched by the International Criminal Court to identify and prosecute those who have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity on Ukrainian territory.
“We express our solidarity with Ukraine and its people, encouraging all partners to demonstrate support in any possible way, including by visits to Ukraine,” the statement reads.
The statement was signed by representatives of Estonia, Poland, Latvia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, Norway, United Kingdom, Germany, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Ukraine, and also European Parliament.