About this it is said in his statement on the website of the US State Department.
“As Russia continues to flagrantly violate international law, and as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine continues to cause extraordinary suffering, the United States remains focused on working with Ukraine and the international community to bring to justice those responsible for international crimes committed in Ukraine,” he said. Miller.
He informed that the US State Department will provide $1 million to the International Center for the Prosecution of Crimes and Aggression against Ukraine (ICPA), which was established in The Hague at Eurojust with the support of the European Commission.
The ICPA will assist in the investigation of Russian crimes by ensuring Ukraine’s cooperation with partners in creating evidence for future prosecutions. Prosecutors from different legal systems already work at ICPA to obtain and share key evidence and conduct robust and independent investigations, Miller noted.
“The United States is proud to support Ukraine and our international partners, reaffirming our commitment to upholding the UN Charter and restoring justice for the crime of aggression. We call on others to support the ICPA and contribute to international efforts to bring justice to Ukraine and accountability for Russia’s war of aggression,” – emphasized the spokesperson of the US State Department.
- As of November 12, investigators of the National Police of Ukraine are investigating 99,799 criminal cases for the crimes of the Russian occupiers in Ukraine since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.