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Biden calls for genocide of civilians to be brought to trial for Putin

Possibility of International Criminal Court or Special Tribunal

Suspension of participation in the UN Human Rights Council

President Joe Biden announced on the 4th that Russian President Vladimir Putin should be brought to trial for war crimes over the genocide of civilians in secondary areas of Ukraine by the Russian military.

When it was determined that more than 400 civilians were massacred right after the Russian army withdrew from Kiiu, including Bucha, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the heads of some European countries, including Spain, declared the actions of the Russian military to be genocide.

President Biden told reporters that what happened in the secondary office was so shocking that "we need to gather concrete evidence so that the war crimes trial can actually proceed." White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said, "We do not view this as a random incident or the evil conduct of a specific individual."

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"The International Criminal Court (ICC) is also a place where war crimes can be tried, but there have been times when a different body has been established for other disputes," he said. . "We have witnessed atrocities and war crimes," Sullivan said. The United States is also pushing to suspend Russia's participation in the UN Human Rights Council. US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield said: "It is a joke for Russia to participate in the Human Rights Council," and she said she would apply to the UN General Assembly.

The UN General Assembly may, with a two-thirds vote of 193 countries, suspend participation in the Human Rights Council for countries that continue to commit serious and systematic human rights violations. About 40 countries, including the United States, are participating in follow-up work in accordance with the resolution of the UN Human Rights Council to launch a commission to investigate atrocities such as war crimes issued in Ukraine.

BY / Antelope Richmond

Washington Correspondent


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