Statement by the participants of the legal conference in Nuremberg
— We, the participants of the legal conference in Nuremberg, consider it necessary to state the following:
1. We state the existence of numerous evidences of the crimes of the Lukashenka regime against humanity and the state of legal default in Belarus. Therefore, we urge the countries where the victims of Belarus are located to help in initiating criminal cases under universal jurisdiction and their prompt consideration.
2. The actions of the Lukashenka regime have signs of international terrorism on the basis of international conventions. Therefore, we call on the countries whose interests were affected by the actions of the regime to initiate the question of including Alexander Lukashenka on the list of terrorists.
3. There is every reason to establish an international mechanism to investigate human rights violations. This is stated in the OSCE report, evidence of crimes is collected by the UN Human Rights Council, the tribunal is mentioned in the resolution of the European Parliament. Therefore, the world community should, as a matter of priority, make a decision to establish an ad hoc international tribunal to investigate the crimes of the Lukashenka regime.
4. We call on democratic countries to officially declare their non-recognition of Alexander Lukashenko as President of Belarus and his government. These people have no legal or moral right to represent the interests of the Belarusian people.
How long the crimes in Belarus will last depends only on us. Only together we will stop them, — said the conference participants.
Declaration of the participants of the legal conference in Nuremberg
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