As fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues into its 66th day, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stressed that it is in an investigation was conducted into what he described as the crimes committed by the Russian military against the people of his country.
He also added that his country’s position is quite clear, considering that “every Russian criminal must be brought to justice”, according to the Ukrainian news agency Zelensky.
We will find them all.
To this, he said: “Whoever they are and wherever they hide, we will find them all and hold them accountable.”
These statements have arrived in coinciding with the Kiev police announcement of the discovery of a new mass grave in Bucha, noting that some bodies were found bound and bearing signs of torture.
War crimes and violations
It is noteworthy that since the launch of the Russian military operation in Ukraine On February 24, Kiev accused the Russians of committing war crimes and violations in the country.
These accusations have increased in recent weeks, especially after the withdrawal of the Russian army from the vicinity of the Ukrainian capital (late March 2022), where numerous mass graves have been found. in some cities, in particular Bucha.
While Moscow has repeatedly denied these allegations, describing them as inventions to distort the image of its army.
However, many Western countries have recently stepped up their requests for investigations into possible war crimes committed on Ukrainian soil.
The United Nations, in turn, two days ago invited Russia to cooperate with the International Criminal Court in the possibility of such crimes.
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