Zelensky visits Bucha, on his way to the city hospital, e Russian soldiers accused of being “butchers” After the Ukrainian army found a torture chamber containing the bodies of five civilians with their hands tied behind their backs. In a video message, Zelensky addresses the mothers of Russian soldiers, saying: “Even if you raise them as thieves, how can they also become butchers?” Biden calls for Putty to be prosecuted for war crimesN., announcing that it is considering new sanctions against Moscow. The High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, also spoke of “possible war crimes”. Koliba, Bosha tip of the iceberg, in Mariupol worse. Moscow, for war crimes begins with Iraq and Iraq. The Kremlin rejects all accusations Lavrov talks about “the launch of the West and Ukraine on social media.”
Biden wants to tackle Putin Joe Biden calls for the trial of war crimes against Vladimir Putin. What is happening in Bucha is a war crime. US President Joe Biden said this when he announced that his administration was considering new sanctions against Moscow. “Putin is a savage, and what happened to Bucha is terrible,” he added. We must continue to provide Ukraine with the weapons it needs.” This was said by Joe Biden when talking about the horrors of Bucha. “We need to reconstruct every detail of what happened and prosecute for war crimes” against Russia, the US president said.
MOSCOW’S RESPONSE – If the Americans want to investigate war crimes, “let them start bombing Yugoslavia and occupying Iraq.” This was stated by the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, commenting on the proposal of US President Joe Biden to establish a court for war crimes against the Russians in Ukraine. “Once they are finished, they can move on to the nuclear bombing of Japan,” Zakharova added, quoting Interfax.
there Russia will provide “material” About what happened to Bucha at a press conference today in New York. This was stated by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, citing TASS.
Russian forces accused of atrocities against civilians They are just a provocation, phase, our military did nothing of what they were accused of. This is not what happened and we have evidence that tomorrow we will propose to the Security Council ”, said Moscow’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, speaking to reporters. Among the evidence is a video of Mayor Bucha after the withdrawal of the Russian army, which he said is happy (according to translation) , speaking of the victory of the Ukrainian army, without saying anything about the atrocities.
ZELENKSY IN BUCHA Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited BuchaAnd the Where he went to the city hospital. “This is the holocaust of the new millennium, it is a tragedy for Ukraine, but also for Europe and the world,” said the Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk in Bucha, Ukraine, after he went to the mass graves. Dozens of dead villagers were killed. Zelensky has Russian soldiers were accused of being “butchers”.It is the same word US President Joe Biden has used in recent days to refer to Russian President Vladimir Putin. In a video message, Zelensky described the Russian armed forces as “murderers, executioners, rapists and thieves,” and then addressing the mothers of Russian soldiers referring to what happened in Bucha, he added: “Even if I raised thieves, how could they also become butchers? … They were deliberately and comfortably killed“.
Romano Observatory – “Terror: no other word better describes what happened in Bucha”: Osservatore Romano writes on the front page and publishes a picture of the massacre of the city in Ukraine and comments on it with the words of the Pope said yesterday about the war: “Spirit of Cain.”
EU-How-to joint investigations into the crimes in Bocha – “The European Union has set up an investigation team with Ukraine to collect evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The European Union is ready to intensify its efforts by sending field investigation teams to support the Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office. Eurobo and Eurobo are ready to help.” This was stated by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, who today had a telephone conversation with Volodymyr Zelensky about the Bucha massacre. He adds: “The horrific images that have been seen cannot and will not be left unanswered. Those who committed these heinous crimes will not go unpunished.”
Meanwhile, the mayor of Mariupol said 90% of the besieged city had been destroyed.
field situation – On the fortieth day of the conflict, as the Russian offensive in the south of the country intensified, with the early morning hitting the city of Mykolaiv with some rockets fired by the Russian army. Also a missile attack on Ternopil, a city in western Ukraine, the capital of the region of the same name. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as reported by UNIAN, condemns the continuation of street fighting in Mariupol and that the Russian forces of aggression launched 8 air attacks. Publishing new photos of the city, taken by the Azov regiment, which has been defending it for more than a month, the staff commented: “Today Mariupol. 40 days ago the city was beautiful. Its inhabitants took our spring. Burned, disfigured and looted .. For this there is only death .. Death and no forgiveness.” While the Russian occupiers held in the basement of a school in the village of Yehdina in the Sernihiv region “150 people, including women and children, who died as hostages, who died are left beside the neighborhoods, and the neighborhoods suffer from hunger and fear, pain and despair.” This was stated by the governor of the Sernihiv region Vyacheslav Chaus, who also posted photos on Facebook.
Penalties – Thus the horror of war shows its most blunt face with the massacre of civilians carried out in Bucha, from which hundreds of corpses emerged. “The European Union strongly condemns the atrocities committed by the Russian armed forces in a number of occupied Ukrainian cities that have now been liberated,” he added. This was stated by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Policy Josep Borrell in a note. The European Union will continue its strong support for Ukraine and promptly move forward with the imposition of further sanctions against Russia.
For Kyiv it is genocide, while Moscow denies this, saying it is a provocation by the Ukrainians to obstruct negotiations.. Russia Today “categorically” rejected all accusations about the massacre of civilians in Bucha: this was announced by the Kremlin. “The situation in Bucha is a departure for the West and Ukraine on social networks.” This is what Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, reported by TASS.
And about the atrocities committed in Bucha attributed to the Russians, “these areas we are talking about were either under occupation, under the control of the aggressor by Russian forces, or were bombed by the aggressor. No one else could have committed these atrocities“EU spokesman Peter Stano said when asked about the fact that it was attributed to Russia prior to the outcome of the investigation. He added, “It is clear that there must be an investigation,” as has already been announced by the International Criminal Court and the ‘office’ of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr said: “It is difficult to say, after all, how we can conduct any kind of negotiations with Russia. This is on a personal level. But as president, I must do. Every war must end.” Zelensky told Ukraine, citing CBS, citing the Kyiv Independent. Zelensky said he is committed to continuing peace talks with Russia despite the atrocities in Ukraine. In Bucha, the Ukrainian army found a torture chamber used by Russian soldiers with the bodies of five civilians bent forward with their hands tied behind their backs. The news was reported by UNIAN. Russian forces reportedly used the basement of a local children’s sanatorium called “Radia”.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin – wrote TASS – signed a decree on the procedure for responding to entry visas for hostile countries.
“The images of Bucha’s atrocities left us horrified. Those responsible for these atrocities will have to be held accountable for what happened.Speaking in Zagreb, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said, at the end of a tripartite Adriatic summit with his Slovenian and Croatian counterparts. “Italy reiterates its strong condemnation of the unacceptable and unjustified Russian aggression” and “will not back down, not even regarding the Russian gas sanctions.” He added that Italy – he added – will not veto Russian gas sanctions.
Humanitarian corridors – today it is also planned to create humanitarian corridors from Mariupol to Zaporizhia by car, that is, in particular, as well as from some cities of the Lugansk region. This was announced by the Head of the Ministry of Reintegration Irina Vereshuk on Telegram, praised by Ukrainian Pravda. Meanwhile, “15 buses to evacuate our people have already left Zaporizhia for Mariupol. The Red Cross delegation is planning to continue the journey to Mariupol from Mangosh with seven buses.” The authorities continue to evacuate people from the cities of Severodonetsk, Popasna, Lychansk, Rubichny and the Lower Luhansk region.
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