Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said this at the opening of the 16th Lennart Meri Conference, Ukrinform reports, citing an ArmyInform correspondent in Tallinn.
"There is no accountability for what Russia has done to its neighbors. Therefore, in the short term, we need to put up the International Tribunal for [Russia's] Crime of Aggression. We should not forget that there is also the [Russian] leadership crime," Kallas said.
She emphasized the importance of fighting the crime of aggression. She noted that for small countries like the Baltic countries, war is always destruction, while for empires it is glory.
"I spent some time studying the history of the Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals. Only during the Nuremberg trials did the Germans learn about the crimes of the Nazis. Therefore, accountability is important not only now, but also for the future," Kallas said.