UN Commission of Inquiry to undertake third visit to Ukraine, inspect several locations
Members of the United Nations Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine will undertake their third visit to the country from 28 August to 4 September 2023
The United Nations Ukraine reported this in a press release.
“The Commissioners will visit several locations in Ukraine, including Uman in Cherkasy region and Kyiv, as part of their ongoing fact-finding mission to investigate alleged human rights violations and abuses, and international humanitarian law violations and to meet with victims and witnesses,” the statement says.
The three Commissioners taking part in the mission - Erik Møse, Pablo de Greiff and Vrinda Grover - are expected to meet government officials, including key ministers, members of civil society, representatives of United Nations agencies, international organizations, and the diplomatic corps to discuss the situation in the country.
On August 24, it was reported that the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) adopted a final declaration that referred to the strengthening of economic cooperation, the need for UN reform, and the "resolution of the conflict" in Ukraine