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 International Criminal Court in The Hague got interested in report of Russian crimes in Donbas, - Polish MP Gosiewska. PHOTOS

The report of Russian crimes in the Donbas in 2014, which was transferred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) on April 22, stirred interest in The Hague.

This was announced by Sejm MP Małgorzata Gosiewska, who had personally passed the document, on her Facebook page, Censor.NET informs citing Ukrinform.

"The announcement of suspicion of commitment a number of crimes under the Rome statute, as well as the report with evidence on 500 pages have stirred great interest. The meeting (with representatives of the ICC prosecutor's bureau) lasted for hour and a half, and the talk covered mostly the methodology with which the evidence has been gathered and identification of criminals made," Gosiewska said.

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According to her, the length of the meeting and detailed questions asked by the Court's representatives made her believe that the case is considered serious.

Gosiewska said that the materials will be examined from the legal and factual points of view. Based on them, the prosecutor's bureau will make a decision to start investigation against persons identified in the report, the MP stressed.

She added that after the investigation starts, the evidence can be replenished with more information from other witnesses.

Gosiewska informed that she filed the documents assisted by Polish office in The Hague. The report was prepared by her for the ICC in the Hague.
 
 
 
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