. Ukrainian officials open more than 100 cases of alleged Russian kidnappings « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ABC NEWS – All the evidence collected by the Ukrainian investigators is expected to contribute to the International Criminal Court’s case against Russian President Vladimir Putin and Maria Lvova-Belova, a Russian official. The ICC’s case includes public documents, including Lvova-Belova’s Telegram communication, as well as Putin’s decree dated May 30, 2022, which was cited in the report of the U.N. Commission of Inquiry for Ukraine. Johann Soufi, senior international prosecutor in Ukraine, told ABC News that Ukrainian authorities are expected to provide additional evidence in the form of victims’ testimonies, for example the children or their parents, to the prosecutor of the ICC.

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