President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy believes that Russia should be punished for war crimes against Ukraine.

Justice should be the same as it was after the Second World War for the crimes of the Nazis. 

He said this on November 29 during his address to Ukrainians. 

Ukraine is cooperating with the Netherlands, which is helping to create a prosecutor's office to collect evidence of war crimes.

"We are working with France, which helps us in the field work to document Russian evil. And we must unite the world majority in support of the draft resolution of the UN General Assembly regarding the special tribunal. We must develop the necessary legal architecture for the tribunal to work. We must fully implement this point of our formulas of peace and really ensure justice after this war, just as after the Second World War. I believe that Great Britain will show its leadership in this fight for justice," the president said. 

Genocide in Ukraine 

Russian terrorists committed genocide in Ukraine in the 21st century.

The occupiers torture and kill civilians and military personnel.

The Russian Federation also carries out missile terror against Ukrainians, launching missiles at energy infrastructure and residential buildings.

According to the Minister of Defense Oleksiy Reznikov, as of February 24, 2022, Russia launched 16,000 missile strikes against our country, 97% of which hit civilian objects/ 

The Senate of the Czech Republic has already recognized the crimes committed by the Russian Federation in Ukraine as genocide of the Ukrainian people.

Also, Canada officially recognized Russia's crimes against Ukraine as genocide of the Ukrainian people.

Latvia and Estonia adopted the same decisions. 

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