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Justice ministers from around the world to discuss strengthening support for the International Criminal Court

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Moscow, January 7 – A meeting of justice ministers from different countries will be held in London next March, and the discussions are expected to expand support for the International Criminal Court, according to a statement issued by the British Ministry of Justice, Deputy Prime Minister and Part-time Minister of Justice. Dominic Raab.
“Justice ministers from around the world will meet in London in March to support the International Criminal Court, which is investigating alleged war crimes in Ukraine… The aim will be to increase global financial and operational support for the ICC and to coordinate efforts to ensure that everything is provided.” necessary to conduct investigations and bring those responsible to justice.”
It is noteworthy that the meeting will be chaired by Raab and Dutch Minister of Justice and Security Dylan Yeshelgos Segerius. Prosecutor Karim Khan is expected to speak during the meeting about the work of the court itself.

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On March 2, the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court launched an investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine. The ICC’s chief prosecutor, Karim Khan, said on March 11 that the court’s investigative team had begun collecting evidence as part of the investigation.
Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov stated that Russia categorically rejects Kyiv’s accusations of war crimes on the territory of Ukraine and states that it is not a member of the International Criminal Court.

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