Ukraine accuses Russian troops of murdering civilians in Kiev

Ukraine accuses Russian troops of murdering civilians in Kiev

Ukraine accused Russian troops of forcibly removing residents of the city of Kupiansk and torturing and murdering civilians in Kiev. On April 29, a pit with the corpses of three men was found on the territory of the Bucha district of Kiev, where Russian soldiers were tortured and then brutally murdered. The victims were tortured for a long time, and bullet wounds were found in their limbs. A report from the Ukrainian Ombudsman's Office says that each of the men was shot in the earlobe.

After the evacuation of nearly a hundred civilians from the Azovstal steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, the Russian army resumed massive attacks on the steel plant, where hundreds of people, including 20 children, are still sheltering, the commander of the 12th Brigade of the Ukrainian National Guard denounced Sunday night. Every day, the enemy is pressing harder and harder to take control of the site, he said.

After the withdrawal of Russian forces as part of the invasion of the country, authorities in the Kiev region raised the number of civilian corpses to more than 1,200 after the withdrawal of Russian troops on February 24 on the orders of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The head of the Kiev police, Andriy Nebitov, said that we make horrific findings almost every day and document the crimes of the Russian army in the Kiev region.