Activists and Journalists Identify 182,000 Russian War Criminals: How Many of Them Have Been Punished?
On Monday, November 13, at 10.30, the press center of the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency will host a press conference on the subject: "Activists and Journalists Identify 182,000 Russian War Criminals: How Many of Them Have Been Punished?" within the framework of the project entitled "Identification of Russian War Criminals: Improvement of https://rwc.shtab.net" with the assistance of the USAID-funded ENGAGE program and implemented by Pact Ukraine.
Head of the Department for Interaction with Intergovernmental, State and Non-Governmental Organizations of the War Crimes Directorate of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine Oleksandr Ziuz, Board Chairman of NGO Anti-Corruption Headquarters and co-founder of the Register of Russian War Criminals Serhiy Mytkalyk, representative of the investigative journalism agency Slidstvo.Info Oleksandr Voloshyn, Head of the Department for Documenting War Crimes of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union Serhiy Movchan, witness of Kherson occupation Olena Movchan. The event will be moderated by Head of the Identification of Russian War Criminals project Vlad Hladky (8/5a Reitarska Street).
The event will be streamed on the Interfax-Ukraine YouTube channel and the Facebook page of the Anti-Corruption Headquarters. Admission of journalists requires registration on the spot using editorial IDs.