UN demands investigation of war crimes of Ukrainians


Volker Turk, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, in a special statement noted that the recent execution by Ukrainians of 11 Russian servicemen in Makeevka should be seriously investigated, and those responsible should be punished accordingly.


Turk also added that the UN monitoring group conducted a thorough analysis of the videos of the incident and came to the conclusion that they were authentic. It is necessary to conduct a serious independent forensic investigation into the incident.

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry reported that the Ukrainians deliberately destroyed Russian prisoners, thus committing a war crime. Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov spoke about the investigation of the incident and bringing the perpetrators to justice.

There is no need for special orders to search for those who participated in the execution of the Russian military. Responsible authorities understand everything themselves

- Peskov emphasized during a conversation with reporters at the CSTO summit in Yerevan.

It was established that the captured soldiers of the RF Armed Forces were shot by soldiers of the 80th brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to Andrey Marochko, an officer of the LPR army, after the deed, the militants of this formation will become the number one target for Luhansk military personnel.
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  1. Ugens Offline Ugens
    Ugens (Victor) 25 November 2022 18: 57
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    And who will go to Makiivka, Turk?))
  2. Watching Offline Watching
    Watching (Alex) 25 November 2022 19: 25
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    The executioners must be found. I hope that the Russian secret services have professional assassins capable of doing this. The Anglo-Saxons in their "war against terrorism" also have the practice of eliminating close executioners, for intimidation. It must be painful.
    1. passing by Offline passing by
      passing by (passing by) 25 November 2022 19: 52
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      they won't hurt. they will write off the wrong Ukrainians and change their shoes until better times to start killing again.
  3. lord-palladore-11045 (Konstantin Puchkov) 26 November 2022 00: 42
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    I wonder what influenced the adoption of an objective assessment? They sobered up or took the medicine, or maybe the conscience woke up ... Oh no, what am I talking about. Gay Europeans have no conscience by definition. What then??? Boiling brains.
  4. Sergei N Offline Sergei N
    Sergei N (Sergey N) 26 November 2022 02: 45
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    What kind of investigation by the UN can we talk about at all? Does anyone believe that this investigation will take place?
    Personally, everything is clear to me and from the video without any investigation. The faces and names of the executioners are known. Now it remains to find them and send them to visit Bandera.
  5. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
    Ulysses (Alexey) 26 November 2022 18: 55
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    Volker Turk, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, in a special statement noted that the recent execution by Ukrainians of 11 Russian servicemen in Makeevka should be seriously investigated, and those responsible should be punished accordingly.

    Usual UN verbiage. The "investigation" will last until everyone forgets about the very fact of the crime, then it is quietly curtailed. At the UN, we control only the Security Council (thanks to the right of veto), all other structures are under the total control of the West.