37 countries supported the Special Tribunal for the Russian Federation

“Today, Volodymyr Zelensky held the main summit of the main group of the Special Tribunal initiated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. The 37 participants reaffirmed their determination to bring the top leadership of Russia to justice for the crime of aggression against Ukraine. The Special Court will ensure justice,” Kuleba wrote.

In addition, the Foreign Ministry noted that the summit participants unanimously confirmed their support for bringing Russia’s top political and military leadership to justice for its war of aggression against Ukraine.

“The countries of the Alliance firmly believe that Russian aggression threatens not only Ukraine, but also peace, security and democracy in general. Those who have committed atrocities since World War II, the root cause of the crime of aggression, must be punished by creating an independent justice mechanism,” it said. Notification on website of department.

It is worth recalling that RBC-Ukraine reported that 36 countries are already in the process of creating a special court for Russia.

We previously wrote that President Volodymyr Zelensky announced his intention to create a separate court for crimes committed by Russia, which would help avoid a “hybrid peace” like what happened in 2014.

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