The G7 warns Russia: "Those who commit war crimes must be held accountable"

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The rejections of Russia come from different organizations and after the official presentation of the European Parliament, came the participation of the so-called G7 made up of Germany, France, Italy, the United States, Japan, Canada and Italy and a letter published by their foreign ministers.

In this case, they made an official presentation in the face of so many complaints about the invasion of Ukraine and expressed their “satisfaction with the investigative work and evidence collection that is being carried out in Ukraine, including by the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC). )”.

Meanwhile, and far from continuing with the expressions of various leaders such as Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister, or Joe Biden, President of the United States, the G7 warned that “those who commit war crimes, including the indiscriminate use of weapons against civilians They must be held accountable.”

It should be noted that the message comes after the ICC opened the investigation on March 3, after having received the approval of more than 40 states that are part of that court, which aims to prosecute accused persons, among other issues. war crimes, crimes against humanity or acts of genocide.

As part of this case, last Wednesday, March 16, the prosecutors arrived in the invaded country and met by videoconference with the Ukrainian president, Volodomir Zelenski to learn about the status and the information that reaches kyiv.

On the other hand, the G7 foreign ministers are closely following the verdict presented by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the highest court of the UN (based in The Hague), which yesterday ordered the immediate cessation of the Russian offensive in Ukraine. That was how the ministers urged Russia to “comply immediately”.

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The letter continues with rejections of the “indiscriminate” attacks against civilians and lamented that due to “the shameful and unprovoked war of (Russian President Vladimir) Putin, millions of people are forced to flee their homes.” “The destruction of infrastructure, hospitals, theaters and schools continues. Russia’s blatant violation of international law has already isolated the Russian government internationally. And it will continue to do so.”

Finally, they stated that it is “urgently needed to prioritize humanitarian aid for Ukraine, as this merciless war will have a massive impact on food security and prices” in many countries that depend on supplies from Ukraine’s agricultural sector.” For this reason, at the end of the letter they promised to “considerably increase” humanitarian aid to kyiv.

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