Ukraine vs Russia in The Hague: Lutsenko tells of 300 volumes with "classified" and "top secret" documents
The Ukrainian side in its lawsuit against Russia heard by the International Court of Justice in The Hague has prepared more than 800 volumes of documents, of which 300 – are classified or top secret, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said at a joint press conference with President Poroshenko Friday.
"As the lawsuit was being drafted, 1,400 victims and 2,000 witnesses were questioned, 1,800 forensic examinations were held and 100,000 pieces of material evidence were collected, including samples of Russian-produced weapons and military equipment, seized by the Ukrainian army during the fighting," PGO press service quoted Lutsenko as saying.
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As UNIAN reported earlier, the Verkhovna Rada on March 16 adopted a bill "On Amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine (on the enhancement of mechanisms for ensuring the tasks of criminal proceedings)."
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