He deserves an international tribunal – the SBU is preparing evidence against Putin
The Ukrainian special services systematically collect the evidence base, which will lead Putin to the ranks of the defendants. This was reported to the SBU.
The head of the Security Service of Ukraine, Vasily Malyuk, stressed that the decision of the Pre-trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court to issue an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin is an important step towards bringing him to justice for crimes in the war against Ukraine.
Bringing Putin to justice
The forcible deportation of Ukrainian children to the Russian Federation is one of the many crimes of Russia. And Putin must be personally responsible for them,” Vasily Malyuk stressed.
He recalled that under the procedural leadership of the Office of the Prosecutor General, the SBU is investigating more than 31,000 criminal proceedings concerning Russia's military and other crimes against international humanitarian law committed in Ukraine. And among them, the Service investigates more than 16,000 facts of the illegal transfer of children.
“Special service investigators work every day to ensure that not only the perpetrators, but also the main “organizer” of the crimes are punished. We are doing everything to show the world not emotions, but a clear evidence base, which will ultimately lead Putin to a well-deserved final in the dock. Putin definitely deserves it.” to an international tribunal,” said Vasily Malyuk.
Every criminal will be punished
In addition, the Security Service continues to investigate the facts of Russian attacks on critical and civilian infrastructure, including children's hospitals and schools. Such enemy attacks led to the mass death and injury of children in different regions of Ukraine.
There is also an investigation into the facts of ill-treatment of prisoners of war and civilian hostages by Russian invaders.
The Security Service notes the inevitability of punishment for crimes against Ukraine. Every criminal will be exposed and brought to justice, no matter where he is hiding from justice.
Recall that on March 17, the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin because of the situation in Ukraine.