In The Hague, 44 countries supported the creation of a tribunal for russia for crimes against Ukraine 04/03/2024 10:55:37. Total views 255. Views today — 6.

Representatives of 44 countries have endorsed the idea of ​​establishing a special tribunal for russia for crimes committed against Ukraine during the war of aggression. This was reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to the government of the Netherlands.

The corresponding declaration was adopted at the conference "Restoring Justice for Ukraine". A total of 57 countries participated in the conference.

The document was supported by 44 countries, including EU member states, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Moldova, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

"We reaffirm a firm condemnation of acts of aggression by the Russian Federation against Ukraine; these acts, including the attempt at the unlawful annexation of regions of Ukraine, are blatant violations of the UN Charter and international law, leading to the state responsibility of the Russian Federation, threatening international peace and security, questioning respect for the rules-based international order, and undermining democratic values", - the declaration says.

The Dutch Foreign Minister welcomed the establishment of the International Registry of Losses during her speech at the conference. According to her, as of the evening of April 2, over 100 compensation claims had been received.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba reacted to the decision of 44 countries to support the creation of a special tribunal for russia.

"I am grateful to all the states that recognize the importance of achieving results in this matter. I am confident that by working together, we can find all the necessary solutions and implement the tribunal. We need to make one more push to make it happen", - Kuleba wrote on his Twitter (X).