In a statement made on Sunday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov hinted at the possibility of a tribunal for Ukraine, stating that all crimes committed by the Kiev regime are being thoroughly recorded by Russia’s Investigative Committee. These files may serve as a basis for such a tribunal in the future.
When asked about the Kremlin‘s response to the idea of a tribunal for Kiev’s regime, Peskov elaborated that the Investigative Committee is already involved in recording all crimes committed by Ukraine.
He went on to say that these records could provide the necessary evidence for a potential tribunal.
The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been a source of tension between the two countries for years. Both sides have accused the other of war crimes and violations of human rights. Russia has been accused of supporting separatist groups in Eastern Ukraine and annexing Crimea in 2014.
Earlier, Alexander Bastrykin, Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee, called for the establishment of an international judicial body to investigate crimes committed by Western countries against Russia.
Bastrykin argued that such a body would be a necessary response to similar structures being established by Western countries to prosecute Russia.
The possibility of an international tribunal for Ukraine raises concerns about potential political implications and the impact on relations between Russia and Ukraine.
The idea of a tribunal is not new, and there have been discussions in the past about the need for justice and accountability for crimes committed during the conflict.
In conclusion, the statement made by Dmitry Peskov highlights Russia’s commitment to recording all crimes committed by Ukraine and potentially using these records for a future tribunal.
The call for an international judicial body by Alexander Bastrykin underscores Russia’s frustration with the perceived bias against them in Western countries.
The possibility of a tribunal for Ukraine raises important questions about justice and accountability in the ongoing conflict.