The European Parliament voted for a Resolution calling for creation of a special international tribunal to investigate war crimes not only of Putin’s regime, but Lukashenka’s regime as well. An RFE/RL journalist Rikard Jozwiak reported this on Twitter. The Resolution notes that the creation of the tribunal would complement the investigative efforts of the International Criminal Court and its Prosecutor.

The powers of the tribunal shall allow for prosecution not only Vladimir Putin, military and political authorities of Russia, but also Aliaksandr Lukashenka, as well as military and political authorities of Belarus.

Specifically, the Resolution states that “the special international tribunal must have jurisdiction to investigate not only Vladimir Putin and the political and military leadership of the Russian Federation, but also Aliaksandr Lukashenka and the political and military leadership in Belarus, as an enabling state, from the territory of which and with the logistic support of which the Russian Federation is committing its war of aggression against Ukraine”.

Source: People’s Embassies of Belarus