The special tribunal for the crime of aggression against Ukraine will not allow the Russian leadership to go unpunished for its military atrocities, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said, quoted by the Ukrainian news agency Ukrinform.

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Kuleba said this at a conference in the European Parliament dedicated to Russia's responsibility for the war against Ukraine.

Kuleba noted that one of the main reasons why Russia's aggression against Ukraine continues is the hope of Russian President Vladimir Putin to lead to a war of attrition or a frozen conflict that will enable Russia and its leadership to escape responsibility for their crimes.

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"We have already seen how quickly wars break out. We live in a reality where two hot wars are being fought at the same time - in Ukraine and in Israel. If we allow Russia to escape responsibility for its aggression against Ukraine, the world will have to deal with three, four or five wars at the same time. Simply because there are too many forces in the world who believe that brutal military power is the best way to achieve their goals. "If they see that Russian aggression, which brought Moscow problems, sanctions and isolation, has ultimately led to results, nothing will be able to stop them from repeating Russia's actions elsewhere in the world," he said.

Dmytro Kuleba thanked the European Parliament and its members for their firm and principled stance on the need to punish Russia.

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