Ukraine initiated more than 9,000 cases over Russia’s military crimes
“As of today, we have 9,158 cases over war crimes. Every day we have grounds to initiate more and more new cases — the death of civilians, bombing, deportation of our people and children to the occupied territories or the territory of the aggressor state,” Prosecutor General of Ukraine Iryna Venediktova said.
According to her, the process of bringing to justice has already begun, and a certain number of war criminals in the aggressor’s army have been identified.
“In Kyiv, Sumy, Chernihiv regions, liberated from the occupation, we are launching the process of bringing to justice. We have already identified some war criminals. In Kyiv region, there are 15 people whom we are bringing to justice for torture, rape, and looting. Prosecution over the Chornobyl [NPP] seizure has also begun,” Venediktova said.