"The report is only a part of the evidence, but we will present the full evidence of specific people - the victims of these crimes who have names. We will also present the files on war criminals. I hope that the Hague Tribunal will put them on wanted list and punish," Gosievska said.
According to her, the report pursues several objectives: to listen to the victims, to show the criminals and to prove Russia's involvement in these crimes.
The Polish MP clarified that the report would be presented in The Hague on April 5.
"I hope that we will be able to present our materials at the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada in the near future. We already have a preliminary invitation," Gosievska added.
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