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Yermak: We collect all facts about crimes, human rights violations by Russia in Ukraine, which to be used in intl courts.

A web platform has been created to effectively collect and process information about human rights violations by the Russian Federation during the war with Ukraine, Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak said.

"The collected facts will be used as evidence for the defense and representation of Ukraine in the European Court of Human Rights and the International Court of Justice. President Volodymyr Zelensky, by his decree, has already authorized responsible persons to represent and protect the interests of Ukraine in the International Court of Justice in the case against Russia on charges of genocide. And there will be more such cases," he stressed.

According to Yulia Sokolovska, Deputy Head of the President's Office, it was possible to coordinate the efforts of the President's Office, the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Representation of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, to enlist the support of partners and in a short time to create an intergovernmental platform that will help collect evidence of human rights violations in Ukraine.

All information and witnesses who provide it will be under reliable protection. The information will be developed by a qualified team of lawyers and prepared to protect the interests of our state. The evidence base will be used only in court cases of Ukraine against the Russian Federation in compliance with international standards of justice.

As Valeria Kolomiets, Deputy Minister of Justice for European Integration, noted, the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine has been conducting an effective legal war against the Russian Federation for eight years at the site of the European Court of Human Rights.

"In the first week since the start of full-scale hostilities by the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine, we convinced the court to apply precautionary measures against the Russian Federation, which now automatically apply to every separate application that people already submit to the Court against the Russian Federation. The launch of this portal will help us more effectively and quickly organize work to protect the rights of the people of Ukraine during military aggression of the occupying country," Valeria Kolomiets said.

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