Prosecution of war crimes, cybercrimes, and other crimes related to Russian aggression against Ukraine

Mykola hovorukha, Head of Unit, War Crimes Department, Prosecutor General's Office, Ukraine

The full-scale aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine resulted in tens of thousands of war crimes.

An array of mass atrocities committed by Russian armed forces and its proxy troops has nothing to do with compliance with the rules of international law.

There is a clear plan to spread fear and terror among Ukrainians, eradicate any form of resistance and remove Ukrainian identity. Since 2014, cyberattacks are among the forms of Russian invasion against Ukraine, the number of which has dramatically increased since February 24 last year.