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Gyunduz Mamedov: Ukraine needs to strengthen effective prosecution of war crimes

Gyunduz Mamedov: Ukraine needs to strengthen effective prosecution of war crimes

by Gyunduz Mamedov

France is now fully mobilized in the fight against impunity for the perpetrators of international crimes committed in Syria and throughout the world. Recent legislative changes strengthen France's cooperation with the United Nations-mandated International, Impartial & Independent Mechanism (IIIM), which aims to gather and analyze evidence of international crimes in Syria

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