The Ukrainian Prosecutor General on April 15 said it had found nearly 6,700 cases of "crimes of aggression and war crimes," that have been committed during Russia’s invasion of the country.
The governmental body labeled the remaining 138 instances as "other."
According to the prosecutor’s office, there are 575 "suspects" behind the "main case" of Russian aggression, including representatives of Russia's military and political leadership.
They include ministers, deputies, military command, officials, heads of law enforcement agencies, investigators of war, and propagandists from the Kremlin, the prosecutor’s office said.
Meanwhile, another 3,040 "crimes against national security" were also announced.
Those alleged crimes included encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine, state treason, sabotage, and "other."
Additionally, the office announced that there have been alleged crimes against children. A total of 198 children have been killed and 355 have been injured during the invasion, officials said.
The office noted that officials are still working to collect data in areas where hostilities are ongoing, as well as temporarily occupied and liberated territories, and thus the figures are not final.
Amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, Russia has been accused of targeting civilians attempting to flee through so-called safe passages, as well as destroying civilian buildings, among other alleged crimes.
The latest figures came as the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Karim Khan, this week traveled to Bucha in Ukraine, where officials have accused Moscow of committing terrible war crimes in the city, including killing civilians.
President Joe Biden has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of genocide in Ukraine, echoing comments made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Russian officials have denied killing civilians in Bucha and Kremlin officials have claimed that the scenes recorded in Bucha which attracted global attention are staged, branding it "another staged performance by the Kyiv regime for the Western media."
At least 1,932 civilians have been killed and 2,589 injured in Ukraine since Russian forces entered Ukraine on Feb. 24, according to the U.N.’s Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner.