"Ourfirst and foremost task is torecord what happened, how it was done and what are theconsequences. Weneed to document everything in accordancewith the provisions of the CriminalProcedure Code and toprovide all possible documentary evidence both to the court and to the country's leaders for politicaldecisions," the deputy Prosecutor Generalsaid.
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Matios explained that,first of all,inaccordance with internationalstandards, Ukraine shouldgather factsthat military equipment and ammunitionof the neighboringstate are used on itsterritory. However, as he noted, this process takestime. Deputy ProsecutorGeneral assured: thecase will be properly managed.
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