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Butcha massacre was deliberate, says kyiv | War in Ukraine

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The Russians, in retreating, left behind a total disaster and many dangerssaid Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Speaking earlier on Twitter, his adviser Mykhaïlo Podoliak described the horror.

The bodies of men and women who were killed with their hands tied. The worst crimes of Nazism are back in Europe. This was done deliberately by Russia. »

A quote from Mykhailo Podoliak adviser to the Ukrainian presidency

The bodies of 57 people were found in a mass grave in Boutcha, local relief chief Serhii Kaplychny said on Sunday.

A man standing in front of the bodies of three men in civilian clothes, one of whom has his hands tied.

Corpses lie in a street in Boutcha, northwest of kyiv after the withdrawal of Russian forces.

Photo: Getty Images / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

The journalists of theFrance Media Agency who went to the scene were able to see that a dozen corpses were visible, some only partially buried.

I’France Media Agency said he had seen the dead bodies of at least twenty men in civilian clothes lying in a street in Boutcha the day before. One of the men had his hands tied and the bodies were strewn for several hundred yards.

The cause of their death could not be determined immediately, but one person had a large head wound.

All these people were shot, they [les Russes] killed them with a bullet in the necktold theFrance Media Agency the mayor of Boutcha, Anatoly Fedorouk.

The mayor also reported 280 people already buried in mass graves, because it was impossible to do so in the three cemeteries of the municipality.

For the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Moscow must pay for this deliberate massacre.

The Russians want to eliminate as many Ukrainians as they can. We have to stop them and put them out. I demand devastating new G7 sanctions now. »

A quote from Dmytro Kuleba, Ukrainian Foreign Minister

Wave of indignation in the West

The United States and theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization expressed on Sunday their horror to stories of atrocities attributed to Russian forces.

These pictures are a punch in the stomachreacted the American Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the CNN channel, recalling having warned before the Russian aggression that she was in danger of commit atrocities.

Two men are walking down a street, where several corpses are lying on the ground.

Two people push their bicycles across a street, where several corpses lie on the ground in Boutcha, northwest of kyiv.

Photo: Getty Images / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

The general secretary of theNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization Jens Stoltenberg, for his part, considered that the violence in Boutcha was horribledenouncing a unprecedented brutality in Europe for decades.

It is absolutely unacceptable that civilians are being targeted and killed, and it underlines the importance of ending this warhe estimated on the same channel.

Referring to revolting acts committed by the Russian army against civilians in Ukraine, the head of British diplomacy, Liz Truss, has called for a war crimes investigation.

Their [les Russes] indiscriminate attacks against innocent civilians during Russia’s unlawful and unjustified invasion of Ukraine must be investigated for war crimes. »

A quote from Liz Truss, British Foreign Secretary

The Vice-Chancellor and German Economy Minister, Robert Habeck, also wanted new economic sanctions to be adopted by the countries of theEuropean Union against Russia.

Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock assured that those responsible for these war crimes should accountable.

The Russian authorities will have to answer for these crimessaid French President Emmanuel Macron.

Saying he was shocked, the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, also accused the Russian army of having committed atrocities in the liberated region of Kyiv. He also called for more sanctions against Moscow.

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