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Microsoft to grant Ukrainian prosecutors access to a platform which will help investigate the Russians' crimes

20.02.2023, 12:52

Microsoft will provide Ukrainian prosecutors with free access to the Microsoft Azure system. Prosecutor General Andriy Kostin and Microsoft Vice President Brad Smith agreed on this during their meeting in Munich.

The press service of the Prosecutor General's Office reported this.

"The scope of Russia's war crimes requires modern digital solutions for collecting and analyzing evidence. I am sincerely grateful to Microsoft for providing us free access to the cutting-edge Microsoft Azure system," Andriy Kostin said.

He also added that establishing the full chain of those behind the crimes is impossible without the use of OSINT methods.

"Microsoft's generous gesture in support of Ukraine will amplify the Ukrainian prosecutors and investigators' ability to investigate the atrocities committed by the Russian army," the Prosecutor General noted.

Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform and infrastructure by Microsoft Inc., intended for developers of cloud computing apps and designed to simplify the process of creating online applications.

As IMI reported, the occupiers' crimes investigated by the PGOU fall into three categories.

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