"Our first and foremost task is to record what happened, how it was done and what are the consequences. We need to document everything in accordance with the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code and to provide all possible documentary evidence both to the court and to the country's leaders for political decisions," the deputy Prosecutor General said.
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Matios explained that, first of all, in accordance with international standards, Ukraine should gather facts that military equipment and ammunition of the neighboring state are used on its territory. However, as he noted, this process takes time. Deputy Prosecutor General assured: the case will be properly managed.
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