War crimes in Ukraine: EU provides Ministry of Justice with equipment for conducting forensic examinations
October 28, 2022

War crimes in Ukraine: EU provides Ministry of Justice with equipment for conducting forensic examinations


The EU Project Pravo-Justice has donated to the Ukrainian Ministry of Justice several sets of 3D scanners for conducting forensic examinations at the sites of war crimes. 

The equipment will speed up investigative actions, as well as the collection and documentation of evidence.

The first scanners will be sent to the east of Ukraine to work in the recently liberated territories.

“The transfer is yet another part of the EU’s comprehensive assistance to Ukraine in countering the consequences of Russian aggression,” says the EU Delegation to Ukraine on its Facebook page.

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