The book was initiated by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The project collects evidence of war crimes in Ukraine and those who committed them. As of February 23, the database contains details of approximately 1,700 executioners. Around 109 were recorded in Kharkiv Oblast.

The website states that war crimes have no limitation period, and therefore, those listed in the executioners’ book will not be forgotten until they pay for their crimes.

“Russia’s full-scale war crimes against Ukraine began on February 24, 2022. According to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, more than 54,000 cases of Russian war crimes are currently being investigated in Ukraine. Numerous cases of destruction of residential infrastructure, killings of civilians, and looting by the Russian military in the occupied Ukrainian territory have been recorded,” the project site reports.

Ukrainians can also add to the Book of Executioners by contacting Those who have suffered from the actions of the Russian military can identify the perpetrator and provide additional information that will be used to record the crime and achieve a conviction.

Gwara Media continues to deanonymize Russian Federation servicemen and identify another military unit probably involved in the destruction and war crimes in Kharkiv Oblast: