«Several bodies» found by the Ukrainian authorities in the Izjum mass grave «have the Tied hands behind his back and one person had one rope around the neck“. She stated this in a message on Telegram Oleg Synegoubovthe governor of the oblast of Kharkivin which it is located Izjum. «Evidently these people were tortured and executedAdded Synegoubov. The discovery of the Ukrainian police took place in the city in the east of the country returned to the hands of Kiev a few days ago in the midst of the counter-offensive that recaptured over a tenth of the territories that had been occupied by the Russians. If the torture and summary executions of civilians were confirmed, there would be evidence that the Russia committed war crimes in Izjum. They were found in the woods around town yesterday 440 bodies, including families and children. Izjum is the largest mass war grave since the Balkan conflict. “Russia is leaving behind death everywhere and will have to face its responsibilities,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video message on his Telegram channel last night after he had already compared the Izjum tragedy to that of Bucha.
Already yesterday evening the police chief of the Kharkiv region Serhii Bolvinov had made it known that on the corpses of the victims are also visible “gunshotsAnd others of “artillery fire”. The hypotheses on the dynamics of the deaths come as the police have begun to carry out some forensic analysis on each of the bodies to determine whether Russia actually committed war crimes. The UN has also announced that it intends to send a team of experts to the Izjum mass grave to examine the circumstances of the deaths. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian media also reported that ten “torture chambers” set up in public buildings were found in the countryside of the region.
Moscow: “Lugansk chief prosecutor killed with a bomb”
Today, the Russian authorities reported the death of the chief prosecutor of the Lugansk Sergei Gorenkoand his deputy, Yekaterina Steglenko after a bomb exploded in his office in the capital of the self-proclaimed separatist republic.
Cover photo: TELEGRAM / Oleg SynegoubovCopyAMP code.
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