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Netherlands allocate 9 million euros for Ukraine’s Prosecutor General's Office and judiciary

Wednesday, 6 December 2023, 09:02
Netherlands allocate 9 million euros for Ukraine’s Prosecutor General's Office and judiciary
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The Netherlands has allocated 9 million euros to support Ukraine's ability to investigate and prosecute international crimes.

Source: Hanke Bruins Slot, Dutch Foreign Affairs Minister, announced this in Kyiv at a joint press conference with Dmytro Kuleba, her Ukrainian counterpart; European Pravda.

Quote from Slot: "We have offered capacity and training to the Ukrainian Prosecutor General and the judiciary. The Dutch government had set aside 9 million euros for these purposes in 2024," she said.

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As she said, the Netherlands has undertaken the responsibility of the leading country in the restoration of justice within the Peace Formula of Ukraine and already accepts and supports the Register of Damage for Ukraine and the International Centre for Prosecution of the Crime of Aggression against Ukraine.

"This centre is the first step towards the special tribunal, which we have offered to host The Hague as well," added Hanke Bruins Slot.

Reminder:

  • Dutch Foreign Minister Hanke Bruins Slot, who has been in office since September, arrived in Ukraine on a bilateral visit on Tuesday and met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
  • During her visit, it also became known that the Dutch government is to finance a project to stabilise the liberated territories of Ukraine and investigate war crimes. The project will be run by the EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) in Ukraine.

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