Lutsenko to travel to Hague for talks with ICC representatives

Source : 112 Ukraine

Kyiv will present evidence the aggressive actions against the Revolution activists took place not only in the capital but also throughout the country
08:16, 3 November 2016


Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko will hold talks with representatives of the International Criminal Court in The Hague on crimes against the Revolution activists.

This was announced by Deputy Prosecutor General Yevhen Yenin on the air of 5 TV Channel.

According to him, for a full examination of the case Kyiv must provide evidence that aggressive action against peaceful uprisings have taken place not only in the capital, but also throughout the country.

He said that according to representatives of the ICC, "there is not enough scale events".

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"They say that most of the massacres were quite localized. With the efforts of Ukrainian investigation and support of the Ukrainian diplomacy, we tried to convince the ICC that these events have had a large scale. It is not only about the events in Kyiv, but also the suppression of peaceful uprisings in other regions of Ukraine throughout the country", Yenin stressed.

Another issue of concern to the ICC, he said, is that they do not believe that the shooting was envisaged, that it was covered by the preliminary plan. "We will show that it was planned", said Deputy Prosecutor General.

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