The Polish government will launch a European media campaign under the slogan 'Stop Russia now! Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has announced that he will raise public awareness of Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
The campaign will be reinforced in social media and the slogan will be placed in a number of European cities, Morawiecki said on Saturday at the National Stadium in Warsaw.
The prime minister said that the Russian President Vladimir Putin has prepared a special operation of war crimes and genocide and Poland wanted the campaign to be a cry of those who have been brutally murdered in the streets of Ukrainian cities and cities. Morawiecki went on to say that the news of atrocities in Ukraine had a short-lived effect in Europe.
Our partners in Western and Southern Europe would like to return to normalcy too soon, Morawiecki said, adding that there could be no restoration of standard relations with Moscow.
Hoardings will be sent to various cities in Europe today and the initiative will be reinforced in social media, Morawiecki said. I will be traveling to Germany and other countries to remind people about the horrible things happening in Ukraine. Ukrainian and international prosecutors have been gathering evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine that will be used in international courts. Since the invasion of Ukraine began on February 24 there have been reports of extrajudicial killings, torture, rape and abduction by the Russian army.