OREANDA-NEWS The chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee, Aleksandr Bastrykin, has proposed the creation of an international tribunal for crimes in Ukraine and Donbass. He said this, speaking at the session "Peace and Law" of the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, reports TASS.

He noted that the tribunal should not just be Russian, but international, it will be a tribunal of allies and like-minded people, which confirms the idea that the world is becoming multipolar. In his opinion, the tribunal could include representatives of the CIS countries, BRICS and SCO.

He also noted that Western countries are now actively working on creating a tribunal against Russia, which means that "there is no time to lose.

Earlier, the director of the second department of the CIS countries of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Aleksey Polishchuk, said that Russia expects to participate in an international tribunal for Ukrainian crimes in Donbass.