Russia has committed war crimes in Ukraine: UN Mission

The UN fact-finding mission in Ukraine has concluded, after visiting that country in June, that Russia has committed war crimes during its invasion of this country, the president of the tripartite commission, Erik Mose, stressed today in his appearance before the United Nations Human Rights Council.

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“We were shocked by the large number of executions perpetrated in the areas we visited”pointed out the Norwegian expert, who indicated that the mission investigates this type of murder in 16 Ukrainian towns, although it has received credible reports of crimes of this type in many other places.

Many of these murders were perpetrated on previously detained people, Mose noted, noting that many of the deceased had their hands tied behind their backs, head wounds and throat cuts, evidence that they were summary executions.

With information from EFE.



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