The Prosecutor’s office of the Crimea intends to initiate a process at the International criminal court (ICC) because of the occupation of Crimea by Russia following the example of the Nuremberg trials. This was announced by the Prosecutor of the ARC Gunduz Mammadov, the press service of the Prosecutor’s office.

Mamedov recalled that at the beginning of 2017 has set the task to prosecutors to gather evidence for consideration by the International criminal court facts, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by Russian invaders in the Crimea.

“Our goal: to initiate international litigation against the occupation authorities following the example of the Nuremberg trials. The responsibility should be involved not only performers, but also those who gave criminal orders”, – said the Prosecutor.

He said that together with non-governmental human rights organizations prepared a first information message will soon be sent to the ICC. At the final stage of another, said Mammadov.

At the end of the 2016 General Prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko has requested the Prosecutor of the Crimea Gunduz Mammadov to create the official website of the Prosecutor’s office of Crimea public registry of cases of human rights violations with the ability for users to send to the Prosecutor’s office about these violations.

The Prosecutor’s office initiates a “Nuremberg trial” in the Crimea 21.11.2017

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