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Joint statement on accountability in Ukraine in connection with the UN's 77th General Assembly

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Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany and Ukraine have issued a joint statement on cooperation for accountability in Ukraine. The statement was given in extension of a high-level side event held during the UN's 77th General Assembly on 22 September 2022.

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