“There can be no impunity for war crimes and other atrocities”
The G7 ministers of justice condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s use of “winter as a weapon,” the German justice minister said at a meeting with his counterparts in Berlin on November 29, 2022. — CNN reports.
The G7 group agreed to set up a network to coordinate investigations into war crimes, which they considered “of the highest priority.” Ukrainian authorities have so far documented nearly 50,000 instances of war crimes and listed around 600 suspected war criminals.
“There can be no impunity for war crimes and other atrocities,” the joint statement reads.
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