Open letter to participants of CARICOM meeting urging rejection of impunity agreements with the United States of America on the International Criminal Court
This week the Ministers of Foreign Affairs from the Caribbean Community will meet to consider requests from the United States of America to enter into bilateral agreements not to surrender US nationals accused of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes to the new International Criminal Court. In this open letter Amnesty International urges the participants to support a strong common position not to enter into such agreements, which seek to ensure impunity for the worst crimes known to humanity.
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