Latvia has donated € 100,000 to the International Criminal Court to investigate Russia’s war crimes in Ukraine

Latvia has contributed 100,000 euros to support the work of the International Criminal Court in The Hague in investigating allegations of war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.

Source: Latvian Minister of Justice Janis Bordans

It is noted that last week the Latvian government supported the proposal of Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Justice Janis Bordans to donate 100 thousand euros as a voluntary contribution to the International Criminal Court to provide immediate financial support  for the investigation of Russian war crimes in Ukraine.

Bordans called on other countries to support the International Criminal Court’s call for voluntary contributions and the involvement of national experts to punish war criminals as soon as possible and end Russian aggression in Ukraine.

See also: The Seimas of Latvia has designated May 9 as the Day of Remembrance of the Fallen Ukrainians

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