On April 5, the UN Human Rights Council voted on the Situation of human rights in Ukraine stemming from the Russian aggression. The project was supported almost unanimously: only China and Eritrea were against it.
"We salute the delegations of the UN Human Rights Council that supported the draft Res Situation of human rights in Ukraine stemming from the Russian aggression — Extension of the mandate of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine. We note just 2 delegations were against. War crimes accountability now!" permanent representative of Ukraine to the UN, Sergiy Kyslytsya.
This document is the basis for extending the investigation of Russia's atrocities against the people of Ukraine for another year. One of the fundamental paragraphs of the resolution is the prosecution of those responsible for violations of the rights of the population of Ukraine and international crimes on the territory of our state. Accordingly, work will continue convening a tribunal for the military-political leadership of Russia and perpetrators of crimes against Ukrainians: murder, deportation, torture, rape, etc.
Note that Russia left the UN Human Rights Council on April 7, 2022 — one and a half months after the full-scale attack on Ukraine.