The Hague Tribunal adopted the report on war crimes of the Russian Federation in the Donbass

Гаагский трибунал принял на рассмотрение доклад о военных преступлениях РФ на Донбассе

The international court of justice in the Hague adopted the report of the Deputy of the Polish Sejm Małgorzata Gusevskoy war crimes of the authorities of the Russian Federation, military personnel, and Russian mercenaries in the Donbas. It is reported by “Novaya Gazeta”.

The corresponding document could form the basis of the Tribunal on the establishment which insists Ukraine and several countries of the world.

For the first time the report was published at the end of last year, however, the widespread attention only now – because of interest in the Hague.

The report Gosiewska describes meetings with witnesses of the executions and torture victims, which were written during her travel in the Donbass in 2014.

At 157 pages of the document also contains the “execution orders”, signed personally by the ex-leader of the so-called “army of new Russia” Igor Girkin-Strelkov.

Copies of these orders appeared on the network in summer 2014, immediately after the retreat of the “commander-in-chief of the new Russia” from Slavyansk. But about the materiality of these documents in the Hague became aware of only after reviewing the report Gusevskoy.

The authenticity of “firing orders” indirectly confirmed, and the Shooters-Girkin — in may 2014, he announced the shooting of Dmitry and Nikolai Slavova Lukyanova “for looting, armed robbery, kidnapping, abandonment combat positions”.

Гаагский трибунал принял на рассмотрение доклад о военных преступлениях РФ на Донбассе

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As reported, the Hague Tribunal can not open the case of the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Currently, this question is studied in the framework of crimes against humanity and war crimes in the Donbass and in the Crimea.

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