• 13/04/2024 14:32

Ukraine has begun collecting evidence of Russian war crimes against the environment

You can anonymously leave stories, photographs, and video evidence on a special platform.

Ukraine has begun collecting evidence of Russian war crimes against the environment

Evidence of Russian environmental crimes is being collected in Ukraine

evidence of Russian war crimes against the environment, which are then used in the International Criminal Court.

This was reported by the Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets.

“You can leave it on the platform, in particular, stories about the ecocide of Russians, photographs, videos. These testimonies will be transferred to the International Criminal Court, the Office of the Prosecutor General and investigators,” the Ombudsman noted.

He added that this platform is “a kind of repository of the memories of Ukrainians.”

“On the portal, where people anonymously describe their experiences of life during the war, evidence of war crimes committed by a terrorist country is collected,” Lubinets noted .

You can leave anonymous evidence of Russian crimes against the environment on the website Svidok.org.

  • At the end of January, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmigal said that because of Russian crimes The environment suffered damage worth UAH 2.2 trillion. Since the beginning of the invasion, almost 3.6 thousand Russian crimes against the environment have been recorded.
  • It recently became known that the occupiers are planning to transport Russian garbage to eastern Ukraine. The enemy wants to create nine landfills in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
  • Last September, the Russians were preparing another environmental disaster: the occupation authorities proposed using the waters of the Molochnaya River, the largest in the occupied territory of the Zaporozhye region, and dumping its flow into irrigation canals.

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