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Volodymyr Zelensky denounces “hundreds of rapes” | War in Ukraine

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In the areas liberated from the occupiers, the recording and investigation of war crimes committed by Russia continues. Almost daily, new mass graves are foundhe said, addressing the Lithuanian parliament through a video link.

Thousands and thousands of victims. Hundreds of cases of torture. Bodies continue to be found in drains and cellarshe continued.

Hundreds of rape cases have been recorded, including those of underage girls and toddlers. Even from a baby! It’s scary just to talk about it. »

A quote from Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine

He mentioned, without going into details, a video sent, according to him, by a paratrooper or member of the Russian special services, identified, where we see what he does to this baby, how he tortures him. This information could not be independently verified.

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda reacted emotionally to these words.: President Zelensky spoke today about a raped baby”,”text”:”It is simply impossible to imagine greater horrors: President Zelensky spoke today about a raped baby”}} “>It is simply impossible to imagine greater horrors: President Zelensky spoke today of a baby being rapedhe said.

Mr Zelensky also deplored that some countries of the European Union still do not dare to decide when they will even limit the purchases of Russian hydrocarbonsdespite the mass killings in Boutchafrom deportations of populations and some premeditated destruction of peaceful cities by Russian missiles and bombs.

Testimonies reported by the media corroborate the fears of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), which point to signs of the use of rape as war weapon.

A Ukrainian woman told Agence France-Presse that she was raped by two Russian soldiers after they learned that she was the wife of a Ukrainian soldier.

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