US Vice President Kamala Harris announced that the United States has formally determined that Russia has committed crimes against humanity in its invasion of Ukraine. During her speech at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Harris spoke about the atrocities committed by the Russian military and the systemic attack against the civilian population.
Vice President Kamala Harris' Remarks at Munich Security Conference
Harris, who arrived in Munich on Thursday, spoke about her past as a prosecutor in California, saying that her career has made her knowledgeable on the nature of criminal cases and the legal process of proving guilt. She emphasized that the evidence of Russia's actions in Ukraine has been examined and that there is no doubt that these are crimes against humanity.
Munich Security Report Focuses on Authoritarian Regimes
The Munich Security Conference, which runs from Feb. 17-19, gathers world leaders to discuss pressing international security issues, including the war in Ukraine. The Munich Security Report, released on Feb. 13, includes exclusive data and graphics on current security policy issues and focuses on authoritarian regimes, highlighted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.