Slovenia: Open letter to the Prime Minister of Slovenia urging rejection of the impunity agreement with the USA concerning the International Criminal Court.
Amnesty International is concerned that the government of Slovenia is considering signing a bilateral agreement with the United States of America providing impunity for United States nationals who have been accused by the International Criminal Court of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, including crimes committed on the territory of your state. Amnesty International is writing to urge government to refuse to sign this agreement, which violates Slovenia's obligations under international law, including as a state party to the Rome Statute.
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