UN / UKRAINE COLONNA KULEBA

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Speaking to reporters before a Security Council meeting on Ukraine, Catherine Colonna, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, said that crimes must not go unpunished to avoid repeating them. UNIFEED

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STORY: UN / UKRAINE COLONNA KULEBA
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DATELINE: 22 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY / FILE

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20 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY

1. Wide shot, UN Headquarters

22. SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY

2. Wide shot, Colonna and Kuleba walking to the stakeout
3. SOUNDBITE (French) Catherine Colonna, Minister of Foreign Affairs, France:
“France supports Ukrainian jurisdiction by sending experts and tools to document evidence. France supports also the International Criminal Court, which has opened an investigation - supported by 43 countries, France included - on war crimes and crimes against humanity. We, therefore, have already increased the means of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.”
4. Close up, cameraman
5. SOUNDBITE (French) Catherine Colonna, Minister of Foreign Affairs, France:
“Justice is an obligation we have to the victims. It is also a matter of international security. Crimes must not go unpunished to avoid repeating them.”
6. Close up, camera
7. SOUNDBITE (French) Catherine Colonna, Minister of Foreign Affairs, France:
“The referendums that are mock referendums, a parody, a new manipulation, do not have any legal value or consequences. We will not acknowledge them.”
8. Close up, camera
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine:
“The best way to fight impunity is for those crimes which have already been revealed, including in the recently de-occupied Kharkiv region. It’s to make sure that the International Criminal Court has all the capabilities to prosecute perpetrators of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of genocide. And also to set up a special tribunal to trial Russia for the crime of aggression. Unfortunately, for legal reasons, the International Criminal Court is not capable of do it, but the crime of aggression cannot go unpunished.”
10. Close up, camera
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine:
“No words of condemnation can stop the Russian army. What can stop them is the Ukrainian army equipped with modern weapons."
12. Close up, camera
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine:
“The best way to stop Putin is to provide weapons to Ukraine.”
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Catherine Colonna, Minister of Foreign Affairs, France:
“…And justice is one of those weapons.”
15. UPSOUND (English) journalist:
"You are going to be in the same room as the Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov today. Clearly, you're going to be speaking at the meeting. But will you be speaking to him, or are you going to snub him?"
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine:
"I will keep safe social distance with him."
17. Wide shot, Colonna and Kuleba walking to the stakeout

STORYLINE:

Speaking to reporters before a Security Council meeting on Ukraine, Catherine Colonna, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, said that crimes must not go unpunished to avoid repeating them.

Today (22 Sep) at the United Nations in New York Colonna said that France supports Ukrainian jurisdiction by sending experts and tools to document evidence.

She added that France also supports the International Criminal Court (ICC), “which has opened an investigation - supported by 43 countries, France included - on war crimes and crimes against humanity.”

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of France also said, “Justice is an obligation we have to the victims. It is also a matter of international security. Crimes must not go unpunished to avoid repeating them.”

Answering a journalist’s question about the Russian-proposed referendums, Colonna said that they “do not have any legal value or consequences. We will not acknowledge them.”

Also talking with journalists, Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, said that the “best way” to fight impunity for those crimes is "to make sure that the International Criminal Court has all the capabilities to prosecute perpetrators of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of genocide.”

He added, “No words of condemnation can stop the Russian army. What can stop them is the Ukrainian army equipped with modern weapons."

He also said, “The best way to stop Putin is to provide weapons to Ukraine.”

“…And justice is one of those weapons,” added the French Minister of Foreign Affairs Catherine Colonna.

A journalist also asked Kuleba, "You are going to be in the same room as the Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov today. Clearly, you're going to be speaking at the meeting. But will you be speaking to him, or are you going to snub him?"

Kuleba answered, "I will keep safe social distance with him."
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