The Prosecutor General of Ukraine expressed confidence that an international tribunal to prosecute the Russian leadership for the crime of aggression against Ukraine would be established, and that the prosecutor's office was already collecting evidence for this case.
The leader of the far-right Dutch Freedom Party said he supports assistance to Ukraine and called Russia's war against Ukraine illegal and barbaric.
The Polish and Ukrainian governments need frank discussions and quick decisions to calm the situation on the border between farmers.
The Netherlands and the European Commission will host an international conference in The Hague on April 2 to discuss justice for Ukraine.
EU foreign ministers condemned russia's war against Ukraine and called for russia and its leadership to be held accountable for waging an aggressive war and serious crimes under international law.
russia has accused Ukraine of poisoning occupation officials, trying to discuss these accusations at a session of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to be held on March 4-5 in The Hague.
After Navalny's murder, President Zelensky said that it would be absurd to perceive Putin as a legitimate leader because he maintains power through corruption and violence.
President Zelenskyy said that Putin is a threat to all free states and there is no need to fear his defeat.
Zelensky said that Russia devalues human life, as evidenced by Russian meat assaults.
Zelenskyy said that Ukrainians have proved that they can force Russia to retreat and restore the rules, disproving the myth that Ukraine cannot win the war against Russian aggression.
Zelenskyy said that Putin has only two options - to stand trial in The Hague or to be killed by his henchmen for his crimes in Ukraine.
The Netherlands will join a military coalition with the United Kingdom and other allies to provide Ukraine with advanced drone technology to enhance its offensive capabilities against Russia.
The ICC blocks Ukraine's attempt to create a specialized international tribunal to try Russian leaders for crimes committed on the territory of Ukraine.
The UN Court in The Hague has issued a preliminary ruling on jurisdiction in the case of Ukraine against Russia for "distortion of the concept of genocide. " The court ruled that the case can be considered further on the merits.
The International Court of Justice partially upheld Ukraine's claim that Russia violated the conventions on the financing of terrorism and racial discrimination, but rejected most of Ukraine's accusations.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned of a possible escalation after speaking with his Philippine counterpart.
Igor Salikov, a former Russian serviceman and co-founder of the Redoubt PMC, has filed an application to testify in The Hague about war crimes committed by the Russian army and the activities of the PMC.
A Council of Europe report warns of potential new conflicts in the former Yugoslavia as politicians glorify war criminals and parts of the region move away from seeking accountability for the wars of the 1990s. The report emphasizes serious concerns about the denial of past atrocities, which threatens peace and democratic progress in the region.