Ukraine posted shocking file online documenting Putin’s war crimes: “He won’t hide the truth”

The portal launched by the Ukrainian government
The portal launched by the Ukrainian government

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry announced this Saturday the creation of an online archive to document war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine with evidence, he added, that will help ensure their perpetrators do not escape justice.

“We carefully document every atrocity, every crime. We have created a special online archive of these crimes so that the world knows the truth and that the Russians are held responsible for every drop of Ukrainian blood they spillUkrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said in a statement.

This life “ensures that the Russians cannot hide the truth about their terrible crimes in Ukraine”, He assured.

We will punish Russian war criminals for the atrocities they are committing in Ukraine, not only the executors, but also the commanders who gave the orders and the entire political-military leadership of the Russian Federation“, he has declared.

He added that thousands of Ukrainians were killed, tortured and shot dead by Russian soldiers, that civilians were executed with their hands tied behind their backs in the streets of Bucha, and that women and children were raped and killed. .

The casualty figures are updated daily.
The casualty figures are updated daily. “Don’t look away. Be horrified,” they urge

“War crimes in Russia. Beyond evil, even during the war ”, underlines the site during the immersive experience of the page, to the sound of the sirens that sound during the bombings. “Russia ignores the rules. These rules are now being cynically and unscrupulously violated by thousands of Russian soldiers sent to Ukraine by their dictator, Putin. Bomb. To destroy. To commit mass murder, ”they add.

In addition, they display photos of the destruction of buildings in civilian areas.

“We will never forget or forgive. Not even the world, “they said.

The Russian military bombed maternity hospitals, schools, kindergartens and humanitarian corridors and people were forcibly deported to Russia, he added.

The war crimes committed by the Russian army in Ukraine since the invasion began on February 24, collected in this file, are divided into seven categories: murder of innocent people, attacks on civilians or civilian infrastructure, destruction of population centers, hostages and torture, illegal deportations, attacks on religion and culture and rape.

The statement adds that the portal “immerse visitors in the horrible atmosphere of this war” to “experience only a fraction of how Ukrainians have been forced to live for more than six weeks”, to “hear the sounds of anti-aircraft sirens, warplanes and rocket attacks” and “read the harrowing testimonies of survivors”.

The site is available in English and Chinese, the two most widely spoken languages ​​in the world.

The file, already available via the link will be constantly updated by the ministry in collaboration with Ukrainian law enforcement agencies, international organizations and monitoring missions.

Ukrainian and Western authorities have repeatedly accused Moscow of committing atrocities during the war that began with the Russian invasion on February 24. As a result of the conflict, more than 4 million Ukrainians have fled their country and millions more have been displaced within its borders. Some of the most alarming evidence of the massacres was found in cities near the Ukrainian capital from which President Vladimir Putin’s forces have withdrawn in recent days.

Ukrainian authorities have warned that they expect to find evidence of further mass killings once they reach the port city of Mariupol, also in Donbas, which has been besieged by Russian forces for a month.

On Thursday, the UN General Assembly approved Russia’s suspension from the organization’s Human Rights Council on allegations of horrendous human rights violations by Russian soldiers in Ukraine.

(With information from EFE)


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