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G7 justice ministers, the European Commission and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have agreed at a conference in Berlin on a declaration on cooperation in the investigation of alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine and bringing those responsible to justice.

Opening the meeting, German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann outlined the goal: to send a clear political message that the G7 is not just a group of great industrial powers, but also the same fundamental values, Euronews reported.

According to him, they agreed on specific measures to improve the coordination of our investigations to take more effective action against war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.

He admitted that the investigation may take years or even decades, but expressed his conviction that Russia's top leadership, not just the perpetrators, would eventually face trial as well.  


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