Prosecutor general of the International Criminal Court Again in Ukraine Karim Khan arrived in Kyiv, then — in the town of Vyshgorod in the Kyiv region. The prosecutor will study the damage that Russian aggression causes to Ukraine's civil and energy infrastructure. According to the Geneva Conventions, the parties to an armed conflict are obliged to distinguish between "civilian objects and military targets", while Putin has turned the energy supply into a weapon and uses it against the civilian population of Ukraine.
The ICC and the courts of Ukraine have already recorded more than 70.000 war crimes of the Russian army on the territory of Ukraine today. The most frequently committed crimes of the occupiers are rape (including with children from a few months old to underage girls who become pregnant after rape), torture (including children), kidnappings (including the forced deportation of children) and deliberate murders.
“We see a clear pattern in terms of the number, scale and ubiquity of attacks on Ukraine's power grid,” Karim Khan.
There is a regular flow of information from Russian TV channels in the style of “we didn’t shoot a maternity hospital — we shot a military facility”. However, the aggressor country has not yet provided a single proof of its innocence to the ICC.
Previously, Karim Khan was in Bucha and Kharkiv.