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Russian Investigative Committee to send ‘thousand volumes’ of evidence of crimes committed by Ukrainian military to The Hague

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation states that it allegedly knows the names of those who give "criminal orders" in the Donbas and specific performers of these instructions. It was stated by the head of the department Alexander Bastrykin.
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The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation states it allegedly knows the names of those who give “criminal orders” in the Donbas and specific performers of these instructions. It was stated by the head of the department Alexander Bastrykin, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to the Russian media.

According to him, the Investigative Committee already has thousands of volumes of criminal cases on the events in Ukraine and intends to hand those materials to any international court.

“There continues the active work for the establishment of specific soldiers, members of military units of the National Guard of Ukraine, Right Sector,” said Bastrykin at the extended meeting of the Investigative Committee’s Board on the results of the first half of 2015.

“I would want them to hear it. We know not only the names of commanders and leaders of various levels, but also pilots, gunners, snipers, and those who performed criminal orders,” he added.