The British ambassador to Ukraine has called for an ‘inquiry’ into what happened in Olenivka
President of Ukraine on Friday night “Deliberate Russian War Crime” A bomb attack on a prison in Olenivka, Donetsk Oblast, an occupied region in eastern Ukraine, on Friday.
Initially, it was Moscow that implicated Q, with the Russian investigative team blaming Ukrainian forces. “A prison containing members of the Azov regiment was fired upon using American projectiles of the Himars system” (multiple rocket launchers). The Azov Regiment distinguished itself in the defense of Mariupol, a strategic port in southeastern Ukraine. After weeks of siege and resistance at the Azovstal steel site, 2,500 Ukrainian fighters surrendered to the Russian army in May.
Ukrainian human rights official Dmytro Lubinets said on Saturday that he had asked the Red Cross, which oversaw the withdrawal of defenders from Azovstal, to access Olenivka. According to him, the ICRC “for now” No permission from the Russians. He said on national television:
Currently we can only analyze the video we have. First, this palace was built separately – for us, this is an indicator of a planned Russian military operation. According to preliminary data, we believe the explosion occurred inside the house.
According to him, this version is confirmed by the truth “Nearby troops were not damaged, not even windows were broken. Likewise, by a miracle, the Russian soldiers were not injured., he continued. British Ambassador to Ukraine Melinda Simmons wrote in a tweet:
It appears to be part of an increasingly disturbing pattern of egregious human rights abuses and war crimes being committed with impunity in occupied eastern Ukraine.
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