Evidence of alleged Russian war crimes is being collected, Ukrainian MP says
A member of Ukraine’s parliament has said the country’s government is collating examples of alleged war crimes by Russian forces, after the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) prosecutor announced it had launched an investigation into the situation.
Speaking to the PA news agency from Kyiv, Vadym Ivchenko said video footage and other evidence was being gathered by officials.
The ICC announced its investigation on Wednesday night, amid reports of the use by Russian troops of cluster bombs, with a nursery school and a hospital both reportedly hit.
“We are gathering all the information, all the videos,” Mr Ivchenko told PA.