Ukraine is ready to cooperate with the International Criminal Court and provide all necessary evidence.
Ukraine will provide the International Criminal Court (ICC) with all necessary information about Russia’s bombing of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station. This was announced by the Office of the Prosecutor General on Telegram on Wednesday, May 7.
It was noted that Prosecutor General Andrei Kostin informed ISS Prosecutor Karim Khan about the explosion of the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station by the invaders.
“Also, the Prosecutor General signed and sent a document in which the Ukrainian side provides the Office of the Prosecutor of the ISS with all the necessary information,” the message said.
Kostin emphasized that Ukraine is ready to cooperate with the ISS and provide all necessary evidence collected by prosecutors to bring to justice all those responsible for the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station.
“Russia must be stopped. Together with the international community, we will bring to justice the perpetrators of this and other international crimes,” he added.
As you know, on the night of June 6, the Russians blew up the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. The destruction caused widespread flooding, as well as a humanitarian and environmental disaster. About 80 communities are under the threat of flooding. Now there is a mass evacuation of the population.
Ukrainians were also warned about the sea of fish and the risk of infections after the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station.
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