Ukrainian journalists and activists identify 182,000 Russian war criminals
Journalists of Slidstvo.info and activists of the NGO Anti-Corruption Headquarters identified 182,000 Russian war criminals involved in the war against Ukraine
This was stated by Serhiy Mytkalyk, chairman of the board of the NGO Anti-Corruption Headquarters, Ukrainian Radio reports.
He noted that journalists and activists referred to investigations, social networks and open sources of information about the Russian military, which entered the territory of Ukraine as invaders.
"We have turned the collected information into a register where you can go, enter the name, surname and patronymic of a person and check your relative from Russia. This is how we identify the Russian military," said Mytkalyk.
According to him, journalists and activists are cooperating with the Prosecutor General's Office, but for obvious reasons, Ukrainian law enforcement officers cannot go to Russia and detain the suspect. There are currently 170 court verdicts against Russian war criminals.
As of November 12, investigators of the National Police of Ukraine are investigating 99,799 criminal cases for the crimes of the Russian occupiers in Ukraine since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion.