President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signed a decree establishing a working group to study the issue of setting up a special international tribunal for Russia.
Presidential chief of staff Andriy Yermak was appointed head of the working group. The group's work will be coordinated by his deputy Andriy Smirnov.
The group includes:
Oleh Havrysh - chief consultant of the department of organizational work of the office of the presidential chief of staff;
Oksana Zolotaryova - director of the department of international law at the Foreign Ministry;
Oleksandr Karasevych - director general of the directorate for foreign policy and strategic partnership of the presidential office;
Oleksandr Kachura - member of parliament (upon consent);
Olena Kovalska - head of the office of the presidential chief of staff;
Anton Korynevych - ambassador at large at the Foreign Ministry;
Andriy Kostin - prosecutor-general (upon consent);
Dmytro Kuleba - foreign minister;
Denys Malyuska - justice minister;
Denys Maslov - chairman of the parliamentary committee on legal policy, member of parliament (upon consent);
Mariya Mezentseva - member of parliament (upon consent);
Andriy Sybiha - deputy head of the presidential office;
Oleksandra Ustinova - member of parliament (upon consent);
Olena Khomenko – member of parliament (upon consent).
Zelenskyy ordered the working group to develop and submit proposals for the establishment of a tribunal.