The report was handled to the International Criminal Court in the Hague. Member of Polish Sejm, Deputy Head of Commission of the lower house of the Parliament Malgorzata Gosiewska reported this on Friday.
'The evidence of Russian war crimes committed in Ukraine have been handed over. More details coming soon', Gosiewska said.
Earlier today, Gosiewska pointed out that the recent presentation of the report in European Parliament and Verkhovna Rada has caused considerable resonance. It also received response in Russia. 'Presentation of the report in Brussels has also caused resonance in Russia. They took the document very seriously, they were astonished, since one cannot stay indifferent to such evidence', the Polish official wrote.
It has been reported, that the politician was satisfied with the impact caused by the report in Kyiv. According to Gosiewska, representatives of Ukrainian authorities announced their readiness to help Ukrainian victims, who testified to atrocities they were subjected to on occupied territories.
'People are ready to talk, without even concealing their names and surnames. They say, our work is very useful and that we must continue doing it', - Gosiewska said.