European Union Calls For International Tribunal Over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Written by on September 18, 2022

The European Union has called for an international tribunal over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The call was made after the discovery of hundreds of graves in Izyum, a town recently liberated by Ukrainian troops.

According to Czech Foreign Minister, Jan Lipavsky, many of the deceased found in Izyum are believed to be civilians, women and children. He added that the European Union stands for the punishment of all war criminals.

Lipavsky described the attack against the civilian population as unthinkable and abhorrent and called for the speedy establishment of a special international tribunal that will prosecute the crime of aggression.

Reacting to the discovery, Ukraine revealed that war crimes have been committed in Izyum, disclosing that fifty-nine bodies have been exhumed so far – with more expected from the graves in a forest at the edge of the city.

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