EU foreign policy chief pledges justice for victims of Russian attacks


The EU foreign policy chief pledged on Thursday to ensure accountability for victims of Russian forces in Ukraine, where Moscow launched a “special military operation” this February.

Speaking at the UN Security Council in New York, Josep Borrell said the EU “will do whatever it takes to ensure accountability” for those who suffered during the war.

He stressed that “all victims of Russia’s aggression deserve justice and reparation,” and called on…

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