War crime trial in Ukraine demonstrates ‘Government continues to function’ says former US Ambassador

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‘It’s a demonstration that the Government of Ukraine continues to function.’

Former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton discusses the significance of the first war crimes trial in Ukraine.

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