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Special International Tribunal for Russia: what you should know.

November 22, representatives of the NGO Tribunal took part in open discussion: "Special International Tribunal for Russia: what you should know", organized by National Platform for Resilience and Cohesion.





Participants:

  • Anton Korynevych, Ambassador at Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine;

  • Maria Mezentseva, Ukrainian MP, Head of the Ukrainian Delegation to the PACE;

  • Yulia Tyshchenko, co-founder of the National Platform for Resilience and Cohesion;

  • Oleksandr Pavlichenko, Executive Director of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union;

  • Oleg Havrysh, Chief Consultant of the Office of the Head of the President of Ukraine;

  • Zera Kozliieva, Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine;

  • Volodymyr Lupatsiy - co-founder of the National Platform for Resilience and Cohesion;

  • Olga Vesnianka, human rights activist, Council of Europe expert, journalist;

  • Oleksandra Romantsova, executive director of the Center for Civil Liberties, co-founder of the initiative "Tribunal for Putin";

  • Ihor Kozlovsky, scientist, civil activist.


During the meeting Questions for discussion:


  • Possible scenarios and progress of preparations for the establishment of a Special International Tribunal to prosecute the crime of aggression against Ukraine.

  • International experience in establishing special tribunals.

  • When and how war criminals will be punished: what should Ukrainian society expect.

The event was broadcastes on Ukrinform's website and YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/UkrinformTV.

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