INVESTIGATION REGARDING OFFENCES COMMITTED IN UKRAINE
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
In the context of the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine (sovereign and independent state), the General Prosecutor`s Office in Romania – the Department of the Military Prosecutor`s Offices investigates potential crimes against humanity, concerning civilian victims that are residents in the conflict areas in Ukraine.
Information obtained from the victims or witnesses of an offence represents valuable evidence for the efficiency of the criminal investigation. Consequently, it is crucial to find out whether you have been a victim or a witness in the context of the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine.
Please note that answering the questionnaire is not mandatory.
Please note that answering the questionnaire does not automatically involve being contacted by the Romanian authorities, however, depending on the information provided, it is possible that you may be contacted in order to provide additional information.
We specify that the personal data you will provide, according to the Romanian law, will be exclusively used for the purpose of conducting the criminal investigation.
2. WHAT DOES A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY` REPRESENT?
In accordance with the Romanian law, a `crime against humanity` represents the act of committing, as part of a generalized or systematic attack against the civilian population, one of the following offences: killing people, the damage of physical or mental integrity of people, deportation or forcible transfer of population, torture, rape or sexual aggression, illegal deprivation of freedom, any acts causing great damages.