Ukraine has identified 600 Russian war crime suspects, says prosecutor

31/5/2022 4:57:00 PM

Ukraine has identified 600 Russian war crime suspects, says prosecutor

Ukraine has identified 600 Russian war crime suspects, says prosecutor

THE HAGUE: Ukraine has identified more than 600 Russian war crime suspects and has started prosecuting around 80 of them, Kyiv\u0027s top prosecutor said on Tuesday (May 31). The list of suspects includes \u0022top military, politicians and propaganda agents of Russia\u0022, prosecutor general Iryna Venediktova told a ne

ICC Prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan QC listens as Ukraine's top prosecutor Iryna Venediktova speaks during a news conference after a meeting at the International Criminal Court to discuss investigations into alleged war crimes amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in The Hague, Netherlands May 31, 2022. REUTERS/Eva Plevier

ICC Prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan QC speaks as Ukraine's top prosecutor Iryna Venediktova and Eurojust President Ladislav Hamran listen during a news conference after a meeting at the International Criminal Court to discuss investigations into alleged war crimes amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in The Hague, Netherlands May 31, 2022. REUTERS/Eva Plevier

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Ukraine has identified 600 Russian war crime suspects: Prosecutor

Ukraine's top prosecutor Iryna Venediktova listens as she attends a news conference after a meeting at the International Criminal Court to discuss investigations into alleged war crimes amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in The Hague, Netherlands May 31, 2022.LinkedIn MADRID: The latest European Union sanctions on Russia, which ban most imports of its oil, are"not enough" and the pace of sanctions so far has been too slow, a senior official in the Ukrainian president's office said in a speech in Madrid on Tuesday (May 31).Copy to clipboard https://str.LinkedIn WASHINGTON: The United States will not send Ukraine rocket systems that can reach into Russia, President Joe Biden said on Monday (May 30).

REUTERS/Eva Plevier ICC Prosecutor Karim A. A. "If you ask me, I would say far too slow, far too late and definitely not enough," Ihor Zhovkva, deputy head of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's office, said. Khan QC listens as Ukraine's top prosecutor Iryna Venediktova speaks during a news conference after a meeting at the International Criminal Court to discuss investigations into alleged war crimes amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in The Hague, Netherlands May 31, 2022. "We're not going to send to Ukraine rocket systems" that can reach into Russia, Biden told reporters after arriving back at the White House after a weekend in Delaware. REUTERS/Eva Plevier ICC Prosecutor Karim A. "We are definitely not satisfied," Zhovkva said in response to a question after his speech. A. It was not clear which system Biden was referring to in his remarks.

Khan QC speaks as Ukraine's top prosecutor Iryna Venediktova and Eurojust President Ladislav Hamran listen during a news conference after a meeting at the International Criminal Court to discuss investigations into alleged war crimes amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in The Hague, Netherlands May 31, 2022."We believe in promises. CNN and The Washington Post reported on Friday the Biden administration was leaning towards sending that and another system, the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, known as HIMARS, as part of a larger military aid package to Ukraine. REUTERS/Eva Plevier People walk outside the headquarters of the EU Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation, Eurojust, ahead of a news conference on alleged war crimes, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in The Hague, Netherlands May 31, 2022. REUTERS/Eva Plevier 31 May 2022 09:48PM .