Addressing an international conference on the war crimes in Ukraine held in The Hague, the president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy Thursday requested the creation of a special tribunal to investigate Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The country’s foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba also asked for a special court trying the crime of aggression, defined as an attack by one state against another. „All we want is for the crime of aggression to not go unpunished,” Dmytro Kuleba said during the same conference. Political, diplomatic and judicial leaders from around the world convened on Thursday for a conference on the crimes committed in Ukraine since February 24. The European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders mentioned that 20,000 investigations concerning war crimes in Ukraine have been opened. Around 14 European countries are investigating these crimes, and a European Joint Investigation Team has been set up, he added. Russia denies the abuses of which its troops are being accused, which include shelling civilians, executions, and rapes, and in exchange accuses Ukraine of crime wars. Meanwhile, scores of civilians were killed or wounded on Thursday in a Russian missile attack on the town of Vinnytsia, in central Ukraine.