This is the online register that contains personal data of the Russian military, identified Russian prisoners of war, and Russians killed during the war in Ukraine. In the Register you can also find evidence of presence in Ukraine (in the profile of each soldier there is a link to the evidence base), for others information is still being collected and processed.
The map shows the following information about the Russian military:
The cards of some servicemen also include data from journalistic investigations, which indicate specific crimes they may have committed in Ukraine. Users can send additional data for each military using the special button in the profile.
The aim of the project is to identify servicemen of the Russian Federation who are directly involved in Russia`s war against Ukraine.
One of the key objectives of the project is to assist in gathering evidence of crimes committed by individuals during hostilities - for further use by Ukrainian and international investigators and to provide this evidence in Ukrainian courts and the International Criminal Court (The Hague, The Netherlands).
Information from the following sources was used to create the map:
- lists published by the Center for Defense Strategies and the Central Intelligence Agency of Ukraine;
- information from the database «Look for your own»
- information resource of the Office of the Security and Defense Council of Ukraine;
- lists of Russian servicemen obtained by investigative journalists, in particular «Slidstvo.Info»;
- other sites, social networks available in the public domain.
The Office of the Prosecutor General is analysing more than 100,000 Russian war crimes against Ukraine to determine whether they constitute "genocide".
This was stated by Yuriy Belousov, Head of the Department for Supervision of Criminal Proceedings in Crimes Committed in the Context of Armed Conflict, Office of the Prosecutor General, during the discussion "Genocide as a Crime. How to punish the perpetrators?"
EU suggests a hybrid tribunal format to bring Russia to justice
The international community continues to debate the format of a tribunal that would bring Russia to justice for the crime of aggression against Ukraine. So far, the opinion of European Commissioner for Justice D. Reynders and the US Department of State on the idea of creating a "hybrid tribunal" that would be part of Ukraine's judicial system has dominated in the West.
503 children killed in Ukraine as a result of Russia's full-scale invasion
It is also noted that more than 1619 children have suffered in Ukraine as a result of the full-scale armed aggression of the Russian Federation. As of the morning of 26 August 2023, according to official information from juvenile prosecutors, 503 children were killed and more than 1116 were injured of varying severity.