LPR Prosecutor General's office launches group for investigation into Kiev war crimes
LPR Prosecutor General's office established the group for investigation into Kiev forces crimes against LPR people, said the Prosecutor General Zaur Ismailov.
"Last week we collected enough information witnessing that Ukraine employs unlawful methods of war in violation of Minsk Agreements, and crimes against humanity evolve," he said.
"We established an investigative team comprising best experts and experienced officers from military prosecution department."
All those who sustained injuries in Kiev forces' shelling and strikes and have medical certificates proving it, or whose property was damaged and it is confirmed, are eligible to file suits with local investigative departments or with Prosecutor General's office as of today.
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