Human rights society "Human Rights" starts international movement to protect people who suffered from Russia dictatorial regime

Head of Human Rights Vadim Morozov gives an interview on the First City TV Channel

Head of a law firm "Human Rights" Vadim Morozov: 
The public organization of Kazakhstan and the society for the protection of human rights Human Rights initiated an international movement that should rally the people who suffered from the dictatorial regime of the Russian Federation.

The whole world recognizes the military catastrophe from the Russian military aggression in Ukraine and supports us. And we are the only country that gave an incredible rebuff to the Putin regime and we are the only nation that showed how much freedom is dear to us and what price we are willing to pay for it.

For many years, all CIS countries have been under pressure from the Russian Federation, interference in state sovereignty and internal political course. 
After all, it is no secret to anyone that one of the goals of the Russian regime was the resumption of the borders of the USSR under the flag of the Russian Federation, as opposed to NATO countries, in connection with which the government of the Russian Federation in every possible way influenced the authorities of the CIS countries: Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Moldova, Chechnya, Belarus in order to impose on them the course of the anti-Atlantic Alliance, committing the most brutal wars in history against humanity. 

We must unite against the dictatorial regime, we must win and become democratic, independent and sovereign states, the main values of which will be Human Rights, Freedom and our own history. 

The public organization of Kazakhstan and the society for the protection of human rights Human Rights initiated an international movement that should rally the people who suffered from the dictatorial regime of the Russian Federation and reunite against the totalitarian and repressive regime in order to restore democracy, resume Rule of law and Justice, the realization of fundamental civil rights and human freedoms, as well as to give freedom to political prisoners in the CIS countries.
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About Head of a law firm "Human Rights" Vadim Morozov

Vadim Morozov is an attorney and head of the "Human Rights" law firm. The main direction of Vadim Morozov's work in the company "Human Rights" is the protection of human rights, legal assistance to citizens throughout Ukraine. Since 2014 lawyer Vadim Morozov has been engaged in private legal practice in the spheres of civil, administrative, family, tax, financial, labor, land and criminal law.

Offices of the law firm "Human Rights" are located in Kiev, Krivoy Rog, Odessa and Kharkiv. Vadim Morozov represents the interests of individuals and legal entities, consulting and defending their interests in court also remotely, providing a full range of legal services, making human rights protection available to the smallest settlements online throughout Ukraine.

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War crimes and atrocities of the Russian army

A war crime is a violation of the international laws of war. The key body of rules of engagement is the Geneva Conventions, which have been signed by all UN members, including Russia and Ukraine. The countries that have signed these conventions must protect the prisoners of war, the sick and the wounded. Violence against them, torture and murder are war crimes. These conventions also protect the civilian population, and shelling of settlements with casualties among civilians will also be recognized as war crimes. All countries must distinguish between military targets and civilian targets.

Russia, the Russian army and President Putin personally are accused of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity during Russia's 2022 invasion of Ukraine. The war crimes of the Russian forces include intentional killing or causing suffering, widespread destruction and seizure of property, the deliberate killing of civilians, and the use of prohibited weapons.

The world has already seen many war crimes. At different times. On different continents. But it is time to do everything possible to make the war crimes of the Russian military the last manifestation of such evil on earth. Everyone guilty of such crimes will be entered in a special Book of Executioners. Will be found and punished. said Zelensky.

On April 4, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky visited Bucha, where evidence of massacres of civilians was found. He examined the road with destroyed Russian equipment and talked to local residents. Zelensky said Russia had committed war crimes and genocide in Ukraine. During his trip to Bucha today, the BBC asked Zelensky if he still thinks it is possible to discuss peace with Russia.

Zelensky arrived in Bucha after the departure of the wax of the Russian Federation and spoke with local residents

“Yes, because Ukraine must find peace. We are in Europe of the 21st century. We will continue diplomatic and military efforts,” Zelensky said.

The "Buchan massacre" was deliberate, the Russian Federation wants to destroy as many Ukrainians as possible - Kuleba.

“The cases we have documented represent unspeakable, deliberate brutality and violence against the civilian population of Ukraine. Rape, murder and other violent acts against people in the custody of Russian troops should be investigated as war crimes,” said Hugh Williamson. Director of Human Rights Watch in Europe and Central Asia.

"The goal of these murders will be the same - to take revenge on the population for daring to resist. They did the same in Afghanistan. They did the same in Chechnya and during World War II. This is the doctrine of anti-guerrilla warfare, which consists in collective punishment," the military expert said.

Each victim has the right to receive compensation for damage from the aggression of the Russian Federation in the international court

Ukraine is negotiating with the governments of European countries regarding the arrested $415 billion of Russian reserves so that they go to compensate for the damage to Ukraine from the Russian invasion.

Now every Ukrainian is a witness to the war. All cases of crime must be recorded and used in the legal plane in the international arena in order to see the war criminal Putin in a law court.

What is a war crime

A war crime is a deliberate gross violation of the laws and customs of war, uniting a group of serious violations of the rules of warfare (“the law of war”) and the norms and principles of international humanitarian law, committed intentionally or by gross negligence. A war crime is one of the international legal crimes (crimes under universal international law), which also include the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity and the crime of aggression.

The Bellingcat investigation team, which previously established Russia's involvement in the downing of a Boeing over the Donbass in 2014, as well as tracked down the poisoners Sergei Skripal and Alexei Navalny, launched a special online project "Civilian Losses in Ukraine". Bellingcat collects on its website all verified information about how civilians in Ukraine suffer from shelling. The head of this investigative project, Khristo Grozev, announced this in his speech via video link at a hearing in the US Congress.

The head of the Bellingcat investigative team told US lawmakers that there is ample evidence that the Russian military understands the criminality of their actions:

“There are a lot of verified audio recordings of intercepted telephone conversations. The positive side of all this is that, due to the complete incompetence of the Russian army and its inability to use secret communications systems, it uses open channels, so tens of thousands of recordings of conversations have already been made, and may well be used by those who will conduct investigations in the future. And in several of these conversations, soldiers and officers tell their loved ones that they were told not to attach importance to the safety of civilians and not to pay attention to civilian casualties ... Even just these conversations are already an admission that they understand, and that their superiors also understands that they are committing a crime.”

Examples of war crimes of the Russian army:

- facts of injury/death of civilians as a result of the use of weapons by the occupier;
- facts of physical violence, deprivation of liberty of the civilian population by the occupier;
- Violence against medical personnel, damage to medical transport, hospitals, equipment;
- Refusal or deprivation of access to medical care.
- Violence against the clergy, damage/destruction of places of worship (temples, mosques, synagogues, etc.);
- location and use of military equipment in residential areas of the city; the conduct of hostilities by the occupier in residential areas of the city;
- damage to civilian infrastructure;
- the use by the occupier of civilian clothes, uniforms of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, emblems of humanitarian and medical institutions;
- the use of civilian infrastructure for military purposes under the guise of civilians;
- seizure of property, robbery by the occupying forces.

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“Whenever extreme events happen, people take out their mobile phones and take photos and videos, which they then send to their families, to their chat groups, on Twitter, Facebook and all social networks. In Ukraine, we see a huge amount of such information, and this is a form of recording what is happening around: people want to show what is happening to them, their families, their communities. Such images and videos are, in fact, the "digital memory" of this conflict ... We believe it is incredibly important to collect, preserve, verify the accuracy and then analyze this information so that it can later be used to hold people accountable. The Bellingcat investigation team is also looking into oral evidence, the activist of this organization added: “There are a huge number of events from which there are no traces on the Internet, which are not recorded in a photo or video. We also intend to process and verify information about such events, and then share it with both international and national structures involved in bringing to justice.”

Document war crimes of the Russian Federation in Ukraine

Documented evidence will be used to prosecute those involved in crimes in accordance with Ukrainian law, as well as in the International Criminal Court in The Hague and a special tribunal after its establishment. Send video and photo materials about the crimes of Russia!

How to document a war crime of the Russian army:

- leave information about yourself;
- describe the violations, indicating the exact location and all the details (injured, damaged, etc.);
- Attach a photo or a link to a video.

Describe the event information:

- type of incident,
- the victim is a child (minor person),
- damage or destruction of children's infrastructure facilities (educational institutions, boarding schools, hospitals, etc.),
- killings, wounding civilians,
- torture (beating, rape, mutilation),
- holding hostage or captivity,
- murders, injuries of medical personnel,
- killings, wounding of the clergy, civilian personnel,
- shelling from small arms, artillery or military aircraft,
- use of firearms,
- movement and use of military equipment within cities, towns,
- fragments of shells within the settlement,
- the use of civilian infrastructure for military purposes under the guise of civilian,
- appropriation and destruction of property, transport, appropriation or destruction of fuel,
- destruction of cultural monuments,
- damage to civilian infrastructure,
- damage or destruction of medical transport, hospitals, equipment,
- damage or destruction of places of worship (temples, mosques, synagogues),
- the use by the occupier of civilian clothes, uniforms of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, emblems of humanitarian and medical institutions,
- Evidence of murder and violence against civilians or military persons.
- Evidence of the use of weapons and military equipment of the Russian Federation.
- Evidence of robbery, misappropriation and destruction of property of civil society and the state.
- Personal data of the enemy (documents, call signs and pseudonyms, identification marks).
- Evidence of criminal orders and their execution:
- public statements and publications by the Russian army and the Russian authorities,
- telephone or radio conversations of Russian military personnel with the leadership (between themselves or with members of their families),
- documents (orders, plans, maps) of the Russian army.
- Documents and databases of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff of the Russian Federation.

When shooting materials, you need to show (or attach to a separate video) your own face and give your full name, date, time and exact location of the shooting - this is important so that the evidence has weight in court.

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Prohibited weapons used by Russia in the war against Ukraine

The armed forces of the Russian Federation use prohibited types of ammunition against the civilian population of Ukraine, namely, incendiary bombs, thermobaric munitions, cluster munitions and phosphorus munitions. Russian aviation is bombing Chernihiv with OFZAB-500 high-explosive fragmentation bombs. This is an incendiary bomb, expressly prohibited by international law.

During interrogations, the pilot of the Su-34 shot down over Chernigov, Major Krasnoyartsev, said that he was striking at coordinates without taking into account the presence of civilian objects and confirmed the use of OFZAB-500 unguided bombs for bombing.

On March 9, the Russian propaganda TV channel Zvezda, owned by the Russian Defense Ministry, published data that the invaders are using the banned TOS-1 Solntsepek flamethrower system in Ukraine.

Thermobaric munitions are not expressly banned, but their use is tightly regulated by international warfare conventions. A vacuum bomb was dropped on a residential building in Borodianka.

Cluster munitions at the end of the flight are separated from the tail with the engine and continue to fly on their trajectory. This type of ammunition is unguided and notoriously inaccurate and should never be used in civilian populated areas. The Russian military purposefully mine territories during shelling and withdrawal.

Ammunition stuffed with phosphorus is used by the Russian Armed Forces in 122-mm projectiles for howitzers and rockets for BM-21 Grad installations. White phosphorus, containing phosphorus ammunition, causes severe burns if it comes into contact with the skin. Also, when inhaled vapors of white phosphorus or if it enters the gastrointestinal tract, it causes acute poisoning and has a demoralizing effect. Phosphate bombs were dropped in several regions of Ukraine.

The information that exposes the preparation and criminal methods of the Russian Federation waging war in Ukraine is important evidence of the future international tribunal against the organizers of aggression against Ukraine. Attacks on populated areas with the use of such weapons is a war crime.

CHILDREN

Every second child in Ukraine became a refugee. Because of the war, every second Ukrainian child was forced to leave their home and become a temporarily displaced person. A UNICEF statement said 4.3 million children have been displaced, representing more than half of Ukraine's child population of an estimated 7.5 million. This figure includes more than 1.8 million children who have been taken by their parents to neighboring countries as refugees and 2.5 million children who are internally displaced in Ukraine.

According to the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, more than 431 children have suffered in Ukraine since the beginning of the armed aggression of the Russian Federation. Of these, 165 were killed and 266 were injured as of April 5, 2022. Children are dying even in regions where there is no active hostilities due to bombing by Russian missiles. Deputy Aleksey Goncharenko called the occupiers "non-humans, for whom the only road is to hell."

The Russian army rapes women, underage girls and children during the war in Ukraine, then kills

VIOLENCE

On March 8, UN Women Brussels Director Dagmar Schumacher stated that the war in Ukraine puts women and girls at increased risk of sexual violence. On March 23, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Irina Venediktova on her Facebook page announced the opening of the first criminal case by the prosecutor's office of the Kiev region in connection with the repeated rape by Russian servicemen of the wife of a civilian killed by them and threats to kill her minor child.

The UN expresses concern about the number of facts of sexual violence committed by the occupiers against the citizens of Ukraine during the war. This is reported by the British edition of The Guardian, citing a report by the head of the United Nations Population Fund Natalia Kanem. More than 20% of refugee and internally displaced women are reported to have experienced sexual violence.

We will explain what violence is, how to counteract it, the powers of bodies and institutions implementing measures to prevent domestic violence, what violence against civilians is according to the laws of war. We will explain what violence is, how to counteract it, the powers of bodies and institutions implementing measures to prevent domestic violence, what violence against civilians is according to the laws of war. Handle facts about human trafficking, gender-based violence, violence against civilians, women, children and gender discrimination.

It is important to record and document everything in order to hold the occupiers accountable. If there is no connection, you can trust relatives who will pass on information. If you have access to the Internet, you must report to the Attorney General's Office. There is an International Criminal Court in The Hague. Information about sexual violence is important as part of all war crimes. Evil must be punished.

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LOOTING of the RF ARMY

During the hostilities in Ukraine, Russian invaders are massively engaged in looting in temporarily occupied territories. The invaders break open bank safes, empty grocery stores, take away food, alcohol, clothes, electrical equipment from civilians, and even rob churches. Hungry Russian troops have shot at unarmed villagers, broken into supermarkets and shops, and raided homes for food and valuables as their own supply lines fail to provide food. The invaders kill and eat dogs. The military of the Russian Federation take away any valuables. They take safes, toilet bowls, carpets, lingerie, dog kennels and rummage through scraps. Looting in Ukrainian homes has become like going to the supermarket for them, they even steal frying pans and women's pads. The Russian military in Ukraine is massively looting and setting fire to robbed houses in order to cover up the traces of their crimes.

According to the intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Russian troops were cut off from supplies and were ordered to switch to “self-sufficiency”. “That is, to take everything you need from the local population and rob warehouses, shops, pharmacies,” explains the Russian order of the GUR.

The Russian army is looting in Ukraine, does not disdain even women's panties and pads

According to the refugees, they noted robberies, executions in villages and extortion of Ukrainians leaving at Russian checkpoints. Now things of Ukrainian citizens are sold in the Russian Federation on flea market sites.

"The occupiers were ordered to leave scorched earth behind them," said a National Guard fighter with the call sign "Panda" who is fighting near Kharkov, the press service of the National Guard of Ukraine reports on Facebook.

"They went into houses, turned everything upside down. They took away food, alcohol, equipment, phones, money, everything of value. There are a lot of burned houses. They set fire to robbed houses so that later it would not be possible to judge them for war crimes. According to one of the prisoners, who himself surrendered, they have such an instruction from the command: you can take whatever you want and take it home, but leave scorched earth behind you," the NGU fighter said.

FORCED MILITARY MOBILIZATION OF MEN TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WAR

On March 12, Kirill Budanov, head of the MOU Main Intelligence Directorate, said that Russia had begun mobilization in the temporarily occupied territories of the Luhansk and Donetsk regions and in the occupied Crimea. The GUR also says that in the ORDO the age of forced mobilization was raised from 55 to 65 years, and in the ORLO they take students to war, but no payments are provided for the death of the “mobilized” even if they have a Russian passport. The departure of men from the occupied territories is prohibited. They even mobilize people with illnesses who are not prepared for war and use them as human shields during the offensive.

FORCED DEPORTATION, more 650 000 people were taken to Russia and Belarus

Ukraine is collecting evidence of war crimes committed during the Russian invasion for submission to international justice. This was reported by the commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada for human rights who visited Brussels. Forced resettlement of people from the occupied territories is prohibited, but the Russians subjected hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians to this:
“They were simply moved, deported from our territory. Our citizens did not go of their own free will, they were forcibly taken first to a filtration camp in the Donetsk region, then they were taken by bus to Russia. Then they are transported by trains to different places, including the depressed regions of the Russian Federation, including Sakhalin.”

“Before being sent, citizens of Ukraine are forced to go through the so-called filtration camps, which work in three stages. The first is a preliminary interview and verification of contacts on the phone. The second stage is an examination by social workers, doctors. In addition, employees of the FSB of the Russian Federation compile lists of “unreliable” and identify citizens who participated in the ATO / JFO, the Ukrainian military and law enforcement officers. Only after that, Ukrainian citizens are sent to economically depressed regions of the Russian Federation, in particular the northern regions and Sakhalin Island. Ukrainians receive documents prohibiting exit from Russian regions for two years,” writes Lyudmila Denisova.

MARIUPOL, 20 000 killed

In Mariupol there are constant air attacks. From 50 to 100 air bombs are dropped on Mariupol per day. The Russian occupiers are dropping bombs chaotically and thus erasing the city from the ground. According to the mayor of the city, Vadim Boychenko, what Russia is doing today violates all possible international human rights. The Russian army fired at a maternity hospital with women in labor and pregnant women, almost 50 people burned alive, said the mayor of the city, Vadim Boychenko. Later, about 300 civilians of Mariupol were killed in the building of the Drama Theater as a result of the bombardment. Russian aviation dropped 2 powerful bombs on a building in which civilians were hiding and on both sides of which a huge word “children” was written twice, especially for Russian aviation. During the explosion, pregnant women died. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the "bombing of the maternity hospital" the final proof that "a genocide of Ukrainians is taking place."

According to the mayor of the city, Vadim Boychenko, Mariupol is now almost completely destroyed by the Russian invaders: more than 90% of the city's infrastructure has been destroyed, of which at least 40% can no longer be restored. According to the mayor of the city, Vadim Boychenko, Mariupol is now almost completely destroyed by the Russian invaders: more than 90% of the city's infrastructure has been destroyed, of which at least 40% can no longer be restored. However, the main crime is thousands of killed Mariupol civilians.

"Only according to preliminary estimates, 5,000 people died in Mariupol during the month of the blockade, of which approximately 210 were children. Russian terrorist troops dropped several super-powerful bombs on a children's hospital, destroyed one of the buildings of the city hospital No. 1. Nearly 50 people were burned alive. The dramatic theater, where at that time more than 900 people were hiding from shelling. These are just a few examples of the targeted destruction of the civilian population of Mariupol," Boychenko emphasized.

The buildings of the maternity hospital and the Drama Theater in Mariupol destroyed by the Russian army

The occupiers forcibly take the residents of Mariupol to the Russian Federation. Russian occupiers continue to kidnap residents of Mariupol. More than 70 medical personnel and patients were forcibly taken out of maternity hospital No. 2. It is known that more than 20,000 Mariupol residents have already been taken to Russia against their will. Citizens of Ukraine are deprived of identity documents and sent to the so-called filtration camps. After that, they are redirected to remote cities of the Russian Federation. The principle of distribution and the reasons for the removal of people remain completely unknown.

About 130,000 people are still hiding in the city, without water, heat, gas, electricity or housing. The population of Mariupol as of January 1, 2021 was 431,859 people.

During the siege of Mariupol, thousands of civilians died from shelling, hunger, cold and dehydration. Whoever was possible was buried right in the yards next to the playgrounds. Many remained unburied in cellars due to shelling. In April, mobile crematoria of the Russian Federation began to operate in Mariupol. The cremation is carried out by the fighters of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic under the leadership of the self-proclaimed mayor Konstantin Ivashchenko. The invaders are trying to hide the real number of victims among the civilian population.

The Russian Federation has acknowledged the killing of dozens of men in civilian clothes who were leaving the besieged Mariupol along the gum corridors. The head of the Central Command Post of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Mikhail Mizintsev, cynically called the dead "disguised as Ukrainian soldiers." This is explained by the fact that they were supposedly "militants in disguise." At the same time, they promise to kill more. Thus, they are preparing the public for what the world will see in Mariupol. Terrible civilian casualties will be explained by the fact that they are Nazis in disguise.

Mariupol has become a city of horror and a humanitarian catastrophe. Sergey Rodionov, the author of the Mariupol brand, announced the launch of a collection of Mariupol residents' stories to record war crimes and create a memorial to the victims of Russian aggression. This was reported by the press service of the city council of Mariupol. Every resident of Mariupol can place their story in a specially created online archive  https://mariupol.is/

BUCHA, russian terror

On April 1, the mayor of Bucha Anatoly Fedoruk confirmed that the Ukrainian military had expelled the Russian occupiers. Retreating, the Russians mined civilian structures, infrastructure facilities and some areas within the settlement.
Local residents testify to the massacres of civilians committed in March 2022 in the city of Bucha and its environs, in territories that were controlled by Russian troops during the invasion of Ukraine. Videos and photographs from Bucha showing civilian casualties first appeared on social media on April 1 after the Ukrainian army, along with independent journalists, entered the city after the retreat of the Russian army. All photos and videos show the same sections of the street, the same corpses and debris are visible in the same place. As of April 4, 410 dead bodies were known in Bucha. These are civilian men aged 18-60. The footage shows the bodies of dead civilians lying on the streets of Bucha. Some have their hands tied and gunshot wounds to the head. Many civilians were killed over three weeks ago when the Russian military was in control of the city. An analysis of Maxar satellite imagery suggests that the bodies have been lying on the streets for several days.

The photos testify to the mass war crimes of the Russian army against the civilian population. Among the dead were both men and women. "All these people were shot, killed, in the back of the head," says the mayor of Buchi. Anatoly Fedoruk claims that there are still cars on the streets of the city in which there are "whole dead families - children, women, grandmothers and men." Some corpses are still lying on the streets, because the Ukrainian sappers have not examined them yet and they may be mined.

Satellite images taken by Maxar on March 31 show a 14-meter mass grave in Bucha near the Church of St. Andrew the First-Called and All Saints.

Today it is known that the 64th separate motorized rifle brigade of military unit 51460 from the village of Knyaz-Volkonskoye, Khabarovsk Territory, Russian Federation, was stationed in Bucha. The SBU has published a list of military personnel who are responsible for the events in Bucha.

Near Bucha, in the Buchansky district of the Kiev region, there is an urban-type settlement of Gostomel. Gostomel was 35 days under the occupation of the Russian military. For all the time that Gostomel was under the occupation of Russian troops, about 400 people went missing in the village. This was announced on Tuesday, April 5, by the head of the newly created Gostomel settlement military administration, Taras Dumenko. According to him, some of these people may be killed.

“We know about the people that they were killed, there is confirmation, photos and video recording, but we still cannot find them. When there was still a connection, eyewitnesses were able to convey this information to us, and now we still cannot find them. The source of the information managed to escape," he told.

Brutal murders in Bucha, broken Russian equipment on the streets and many corpses of men aged 18-60

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WHAT CRIMES IS THE SSU ALREADY INVESTIGATING

Each occupier must answer for the crimes committed!

- In Donetsk and Lugansk regions:
The SBU recorded and began to investigate the forcible removal of several tens of thousands of people from Mariupol and the temporarily occupied territories of Donbass by the occupiers to the Russian Federation.
Rashists in the form of an ultimatum and threatening with weapons force Ukrainians to get into buses, take away documents and take them out of Ukraine.
- In the Volyn region:
SBU counterintelligence seized a Russian saboteur and confiscated weapons from him.
- In Kyiv:
The SBU detained an agent of the enemy intelligence service who was collecting information about one of the oil depots in the Kiev region, which is not yet in use.
- In the Dnepropetrovsk region:
The SBU carried out a special operation and evacuated a propagandist from the temporarily occupied territory of Donbass, who made stories on the order of the special services of the Russian Federation.
- In the Chernivtsi region:
The SBU detained attackers who offered men of military age to illegally enter the EU countries for a bribe of $4,500.
The enemy continues to rob the houses and apartments of local residents, detain pro-Ukrainian activists and government officials.

“We find a lot of mines, stretch marks, even mined corpses. Therefore, just a huge request to all those who want to return to their home, see what is there - wait a bit. Then it will be officially said that you can enter the city,” the adviser said Interior Minister Denisenko.
In the temporarily occupied territory of the Luhansk region, the occupying authorities plan to conduct another wave of mobilization from April 1 this year. It is possible that there will be such attempts in the recently occupied territories of the region.

In Kharkov, a schoolboy turned out to be an enemy fire spotter: the occupiers promised him money.

According to the international humanitarian organizations Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, the Russian Armed Forces are inflicting indiscriminate missile strikes on residential areas, hospitals and other social infrastructure facilities. Russian forces have repeatedly attacked Ukrainian medical facilities, hospitals, ambulances, doctors, patients and even newborns - at least 34 attacks independently documented by the Associated Press in the month since the invasion began.

The Russian armed forces are shelling hundreds of civilians following evacuation corridors from war zones, kidnapping and torturing officials, their relatives and civil activists, killing peaceful protesters, using civilians as human shields, shooting down civilian vehicles and the transport of civilian volunteers, not release residents from the combat zone, kidnap and deceive Ukrainian citizens and children into the Russian Federation. The invaders arrange sabotage and kill children.

Mariupol City Council appealed to the world community to recognize the actions of the Russian Federation in Ukraine and Mariupol as genocide of the Ukrainian people.

“Russian forces today brutally shelled Kharkov with rocket artillery. This is clearly a war crime. A peaceful city, peaceful residential areas, not a single military facility. Dozens of eyewitness records prove that this was not a single erroneous volley, but a deliberate destruction of people. The Russians knew where they were shooting. There will definitely be an international tribunal for this crime. This is a violation of all conventions," Zelensky said.

UNDER WHAT ARTICLES ARE THE CHARGES FROM THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

- violation of the laws and customs of warfare (Article 438 of the Criminal Code);
- planning, preparation or unleashing and waging a war of aggression (Article 437 of the Criminal Code);
- war propaganda (Article 436 of the Criminal Code);
– encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine (Article 110 of the Criminal Code);
- high treason (Article 111 of the Criminal Code);
- sabotage (Article 113 of the Criminal Code);
– other articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

The main case of Russian aggression includes 97 suspected representatives of the military-political leadership of the Russian Federation - ministers, deputies, military command, officials, heads of law enforcement agencies, warmongers and propagandists of the Kremlin.

Bringing the Russian authorities and military to international legal responsibility is the goal of a large number of countries that supported the creation on March 25 of the Group of Friends of Accountability Following the Aggression Against Ukraine. The group was created on the initiative of the foreign ministers of Albania, Colombia, Denmark, the Marshall Islands, the Netherlands and Ukraine, and dozens of UN member states intend to take part in its work in order to bring to justice those responsible for Russia's aggression against Ukraine.

Russia's lawyers at the International Court of Justice have refused further cooperation with her, including in cases against Russia that Ukraine has started.

“It is impossible to represent a state that so cynically despises it at the forums devoted to the application of law,” wrote Alan Pellet, a world-class scholar, professor of international law at the University of Paris, who until February 24, 2022 was Russia’s lawyer at the International Court of Justice.

In his open letter to "Russian friends", Professor Pelle stated that "Russia's deadly attack ... trampled" the principles of international law recognized by the entire civilized community.

Punishment for Putin

Ukraine has initiated a number of legal international proceedings aimed at bringing to justice the perpetrators of these crimes. In particular, such proceedings are taking place in the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Given the lack of appropriate international legal mechanisms to hold the Russian Federation accountable for such a grave crime, Ukraine has supported a number of initiatives aimed at administering justice for Russia's crimes against Ukraine - in particular, the creation of a special tribunal.

Any soldier who carries out a criminal order may subsequently be charged with a military crime,” says Mark Garlasco, noting the need to inform the soldiers and officers of the Russian army about the consequences of their actions. There are several mechanisms - we are talking about the International Criminal Court, and this implies universal jurisdiction, but there are other ways, in particular - the UN Commission of Inquiry, which has already been created. It took a long time to get Milosevic to stand trial, but in the end he was brought to trial.

Anthony C. Arend, Professor of State and Law at Georgetown University, gave an example of how Vladimir Putin himself could be held accountable:

“I will give an example from the case of General Yamashita, which was considered in the Tribunal for the Far East after the Second World War. Various war crimes were committed under Yamashita, and he claimed to be unaware of them. The tribunal's answer was: you were in command and had "command responsibility." That is, he either knew, or should have known, because he is the commander. And in the current specific case, if we get to Vladimir Putin, then I really believe that he gave orders that fit the definition of "war crimes." But even if he did not give such orders - he ultimately makes decisions, and he had to know what was being done.

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