Pavel Latushka met with representatives of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine on May 30 in Kyiv. During this meeting, Latushka and the NAM team provided evidence of war crimes committed by the Lukashenko regime against Ukrainian children who were illegally transported from the occupied territories to Belarus.
The evidence included a dossier on 12 Ukrainian orphans, demonstrating the organization of these crimes by Alexander Lukashenko under the auspices of the Union State of Belarus and Russia. It also highlighted the financing of these activities from the budget of the Union State. The materials presented also contained evidence of the involvement of the State Company "Belaruskali," including its CEO Ivan Golovaty, in the illegal movement of Ukrainian children to Belarus. These materials will be sent to the prosecutor's office of the International Criminal Court.
Pavel Latushka's working trip to Kyiv
What were the goals of Pavel Latushka's working visit to Kyiv?
What was discussed during the meeting with representatives of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine?
What evidence of Lukashenka's involvement in war crimes was provided to the Ukrainian side?
How can the dictator's actions be explained in simple language?
On what and who does the issuing of an arrest warrant for Lukashenka depend?