The United States will allocate $1 million to the International Center for the Prosecution of Crimes of Aggression against Ukraine (ICPA), which was created in The Hague under Eurojust with the support of the European Commission. The US State Department reports this.
“The United States remains committed to working with Ukraine and the international community to bring to justice those responsible for international crimes committed in Ukraine,” the statement said.
Previously, the State Duma and the Federation Council created a parliamentary commission “to investigate the criminal actions of the Kyiv regime against children.” The commission included 13 deputies and 13 senators. The commission will include four working groups.
The first will collect materials and facts about criminal acts against minors, analyze and evaluate them. According to the co-chair of the commission, Deputy Speaker of the State Duma Anna Kuznetsova, this group can use the clification of crimes against children during armed conflicts of the UN Security Council. The second working group will deal with issues of international legal essment of violations of the rights and freedoms of minors. The main tasks of the third and fourth groups will be the improvement of mechanisms that protect minors from attacks on their rights and freedoms by foreign states, and measures of social support and rehabilitation of minors.