68 Russian Nationals Charges with Crimes Against Ukraine
A total of 110 people have been charged with crimes related to the war in Donbas and the illegal annexation of Crimea
Photo Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine
A total of 110 people, including 68 Russian nationals, have been charged with crimes related to the ongoing Russian aggression in Donbas.
The Russians who have been charged include high ranking government and military officials, including several who are based in illegally annexed and occupied Crimea. This information was included in a press release from the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine.
Based on the evidence from pre-trial investigations, 48 indictments against 51 people, which includes 22 Russian nationals, have been submitted to the appropriate courts for adjudication.
34 people have already been sentences, 12 of those are Russian nationals. 59 people, of which 46 are Russian nationals, are currently on the wanted list and the courts have granted Ukrainian authorities the right to detain them.