The report on the Russian crimes committed in the Donbas region in 2014 was handed over to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
This was reported by Małgorzata Gosiewska, a Deputy of the Polish Sejm and the Deputy Chairman of the Commission of the Lower House of the Polish Parliament on Foreign Affairs on her Facebook page
"Evidence of Russian war crimes committed in Ukraine was presented. Details will follow," Gosiewska wrote.
Earlier Gosiewska stated that this report has an open form, which means new evidence can be added to it.
The Polish politician revealed that the publicity surrounding this document led to the fact that other victims of Russian crimes are willing to testify and talk about what happened to them in the occupied territories.
She noted that the recent presentation of the report of the Russian crimes in the Donbas in the European Parliament, as well as in the Verkhovna Rada, got wide public attention, particularly in Russia.
"The presentation of the report in Brussels attracted wide public attention in Russia. They took this document very seriously, it struck them, because such evidence cannot not strike you," she said.