Report on Russian war crimes, even if you’re outside Ukraine.

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Joint video message to Ukrainians abroad from

Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine; Dmytro Lubinets, the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights; Iryna Vereshchuk, Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine; Andrii Kostin, Prosecutor General of Ukraine

Russian aggression has forced millions of Ukrainians to go abroad. We miss you and bring you closer to the day we will be together again!

We strive not only to liberate the Ukrainian land from the enemy but also to punish those involved in the war and war crimes. Everyone who gave or executed a criminal order must be held accountable, and everyone who suffered from Russian aggression must receive compensation.

Together with partners, Ukraine is conducting investigations and preparing legal mechanisms for courts and compensation. And we need your help.

We ask everyone who witnessed a war crime to inform the law enforcement agencies of the country where you are now. Please see the contact details on this website.

Your testimony and your story will be evidence in court.

Do not remain silent! Make your contribution to our victory!

Contacts in host countries


Internal Security Service

+372 612 1700

[email protected]

Or contact the nearest police station


State Security Service

+371 67208964


[email protected]


Prosecutor General's Office

Questionnaire for witnesses and victims. Only accessible from Lithuanian IP addresses


Public Prosecutor's Office. Police

Contact any police station or prosecutor's office

You will be provided with the assistance of an interpreter and, if necessary, the aid of a psychologist


Office of the Prosecutor General

Questionnaire for witnesses and victims


National Crime Agency (NAKA)

[email protected]

Department East. Address: Rampová 7, 040 01, Košice


Federal Police

Contact the nearest police station.

Website of the International Criminal Court:

If your country is not on the list, please report online through the Unified State Hub for Collecting War Crimes Evidence.