Donetsk and Luhansk people's republics are turning to the UN security Council on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the prosecution of crimes in the Donbass, said the head LNR Igor Carpentry.
"Donetsk people's Republic and Lugansk people's Republic are turning to the Security Council of the United Nations With a petition for the establishment of the international Tribunal for the prosecution of persons responsible for violations of international humanitarian law and crimes against humanity in Ukraine ", - quotes the expression Carpentry RIA " Novosti ".
On 22 June the head of the Investigative Department of Russia Alexander Bastrykin told Luhansk students about the investigation into war crimes in Ukraine. On may 26, it was stated that the investigatory Committee of Russia has brought more than 40 cases on the Ukrainian military on the facts of use of prohibited means and methods of warfare in the Donbass." Of these, 28 are joined in a single proceeding With the criminal case raised in connection With the Commission of representatives of law enforcement bodies of Ukraine within the limits of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people's republics of serious and most serious of crimes against the peace and Security of mankind, " said Bastrykin. He added that the forthcoming White paper on the war in the Donbass. First SC was named among the military bandits and some political figures of Ukraine, for example, the head of the interior Ministry Arsen Avakov. Since mid-April last year, the Kyiv authorities are in the East of Ukraine "special operation" to suppress the protest movement in the Donbass. The military actively used heavy machinery and military aircraft and helicopters. Refers to a large number of dead and wounded among the civilian population and the destruction of houses and infrastructure. With fifteen February, the parties to the conflict in the Donbass declared a truce, under agreements concluded in Minsk after almost 16 hours of negotiations. However, despite the control system of the ceasefire, clashes and shelling continued.