Kiev, Ukraine. In an effort to head off investigations by the European Union, United Nations and the International Criminal Court, the Kiev Poroshenko Administration has announced it will create it’s own war crimes investigation agency, to investigate itself and gather evidence of “Russian aggression” in “occupied areas” nationwide.
The Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine and Ukrainian Chief Military Prosecutor Anatoliy Matios has informed the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe Nils Muiznieks on investigations into crimes committed on the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine and Ukraine’s intent to investigate said crimes.
The press service of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) reported on April 7 that at a meeting in Kiev the European side was informed of the creation of a department for investigating crimes committed on the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine by the PGO agency.
“This is the sole division among law enforcement agencies of Ukraine that would be involved in systemic collection of evidence of Russian aggression and war crimes, pretrial investigations and court hearings of these criminal cases,” the agency press service said.
In turn, Muiznieks expressed gratitude for a possibility of meeting and discussing the situation in some areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions beyond control of the Ukrainian government, the issues of “cruel treatment” of people in these areas, the results of the investigation into war crimes, crimes during the Revolution of Dignity and events in Odesa on May 2, 2014.
Amazingly, the US financed Kiev regime intends to exonerate itself by blaming it’s own criminal activity upon the victims themselves of Ukraine’s genocide upon it’s own citizens, that has now claimed 100,000 plus lives since the 2014 start of hostilities.