Mayor of Kiev: What I saw via satellite is like genocide

With the Russian military operation in Ukraine entering its 42nd day in the midst of an exchange of allegations about the violations committed in several Ukrainian cities in the vicinity of the capital, in notably Bucha, Kiev mayor Vitali Klitschko announced that Moscow had lost 20,000 of its soldiers during the fighting against Ukrainian forces, without providing prove to about. .

He also added in statements to the press today, Tuesday, according to Reuters, that “what he saw through satellite images of the capital’s surroundings shows that what happened was a massacre and genocide,” referring to photos of the corpses that took place. spread from the city of Bucha, northwest of Kiev.

embarrassing situation in the east

Despite this, he indicated that the situation is improving in the capital and its suburbs, noting that some of the displaced residents have started to return, but warned of a critical situation in the east of the country.

Furthermore, he stressed the need for more Western support and defensive weapons, warning that Russian ambitions could bypass his country to other European countries.

money drenched in blood

He also called on European countries to stop all commercial and commercial transactions with Moscow, stating that the money resulting from these economic transactions is covered in blood.

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As for Mariupel, in the south-east of the country, he indicated that the mayor of the city, besieged for weeks by the Russians and overlooking the Sea of ​​Azov, informed him that almost 5,000 people were killed.

Interestingly, a few days ago Ukrainian and Western allegations about Russia’s perpetration of massacres in Bucha and in other cities that have withdrawn from it in the north of the country, in particular in the vicinity of Kiev.

However, Moscow confirmed that it was just accusations and inventions, to discredit him, accusing Washington and Kiev of orchestrating this “provocative novel”, stressing that they had prove to refute these “slander”.

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