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  • 17 July 2014

    The seventeenth of July, 2014, marks the 16th anniversary of the adoption of the International Criminal Court’s Statute.

    The Day of International Criminal Justice is an annual reminder of the establishment of the first permanent, credible and fully operational international entity responsible for bringing the perpetrators of the most serious crimes to justice.

     

    It also pays tribute and remembrance to the victims of these atrocities.

     

    The Kampala Declaration emphasized a “renewed spirit of cooperation and solidarity” and is embodied by the annual reaffirmation of States Parties to the goals and objectives of the International Criminal Court. This year is particularly significant with the first wave of ratifications of the Kampala Amendments. Poland is proud to be a part of this process.

     

    Poland would like to take this opportunity to confirm its commitment to and cooperation with the Court in its efforts to bring the perpetrators of serious crimes, such as war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity, to justice.

     

    MFA Press Office

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