Russia wants to kill as many civilians as possible: This is what Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said before the United Nations.
“Where are the guarantees that the United Nations must provide? Where are the peace that the Security Council must build?” This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky before the UN Security Council. “The goal of this organization is to ensure peace,” the Ukrainian leader stressed, adding that “Russia carries out terrorist acts and commits the most heinous war crimes.”
“The Russian army and its commanders should be prosecuted for war crimes,” Zelensky told the United Nations. “Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have been deported to Russia,” the Ukrainian president denounced.
Meet the two leaders? – The The Kremlin does not rule out the possibility of holding a meeting Between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine’s president, they believe it will only be possible after an agreement is reached on a draft agreement, according to TASS. I questioned Zelensky in the morning Face to face between the two leaders.
As Moscow attacked Europe, ‘Lacks insight’, referring to the expulsion of a number of European countries for Russian diplomats. “Russia will give an appropriate answer,” said Zakharova, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry. Italy expelled 30 Russian diplomats “For reasons of national security,” Minister Di Maio explained. The Russian ambassador in Rome, Sergey Razov, spoke of a “further deterioration in relations.” Spain decided to expel 25 Russian diplomats.
The European Union has stopped importing Russian coal – Russia has to be ‘more careful’ With foodstuffs exported abroad “especially to hostile countries,” Putin said, foreshadowing export restrictions. “The global energy situation is worsening due to crude and non-market measures, including administrative pressures on our company Gazprom, taken in some European countries,” Putin added.
Horror in Buka and Borodianka – And it’s still there Massacre of civilians. For US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, what happened in Bucha “is not an isolated act but part of a deliberate campaign to kill, torture and rape civilians.”
“there About 200 civilian bodies are under the rubble One of the buildings that were hit by the Russian bombing in Borodianka. On February 24, we were the first city to be bombed. We are now starting to take the bodies away because the Russians wouldn’t let us as long as there was an occupation. They told us we could evacuate but they shot anyone out on the street, put up signs to stay home and painted the occupation symbol all around. • The Russian army withdrew from the city on 1 April.
“Many cases of Torture of civilians in the liberated territories by the racist occupiers.” Ukrainian Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova denounces this. He adds: “Children under the age of 10 were found to have killed signs of rape and torture in the city of Irbin.” For three weeks, the Prolesuk Children’s Camp hosted a racist army unit base. In the basement were found the bodies of 5 men with their hands tied behind their backs, they were tortured and then killed in cold blood. European Union, 2 million children far from Ukraine, 158 killed by Moscow.
In the town of Bolgyi, Zaporizhia region, southeastern Ukraine, Russian soldiers have seized and undermined a local hospital, the Central District Hospital. This was reported by the Zaporozhye Regional Military Administration, citing the agency UNIAN. “Medical personnel and patients are prohibited from returning to the facility,” the statement said, adding, “the wounded Russian soldiers remained in the hospital.”
“The Slovenian diplomats will join the Lithuanian diplomats in Kyiv. The EU delegation will also return to Kyiv, together with the President of the European Commission. Ursula von der Leyen and EU High Representative Josep Borrell will travel to Kyiv early this week. Slovenia has shown the way this time. This is what Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa wrote on Twitter.
Zelensky speaks with the United Nations Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivers a speech today in United Nations Security Council To denounce the killing of civilians in Bucha and other parts of the country by the Russians. “Currently, in Bucha alone, more than three hundred people have been killed and tortured. It is likely that the list of victims will be much larger when the whole city is searched. And this is only one city,” Zelensky said in one night. Video intervention, adding that “there is already information that the death toll from the occupiers may be higher in Borodinka and some other liberated cities.” Its obligation is to “identify as quickly as possible all persons involved in the Russian military in these crimes and punish them all”, in “joint action with the European Union and international institutions, in particular with the International Criminal Court”. .
Human corridors – for the day Seven humanitarian corridors are planned in Ukraine today, including the besieged city of Mariupol. Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk announces this on a telegram. The road from Mariupol is directed to Zaporizhzhya (about 200 kilometers to the northwest), by private means, Vereshuk explains, specifying that Russian forces “despite promises, they do not allow anyone to go to Mariupol.”He added, “The occupiers blocked the path of representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Mangos. After negotiations, they were released at night and sent to Zaporizhia.”
Russia is trying to cover up war crimes committed by its soldiers in Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this in a nightly video in which he accused Moscow of launching a “propaganda” operation. “After discovering the mass murder of civilians in the Kyiv region, the occupiers may have a different position in other parts of the country,” he said. “They are already waging a fake campaign to hide their guilt in the mass killing of civilians in Mariupol. They will do dozens of interviews in stages, new tapes and kill people to make them believe they were killed by others.”
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