The UN’s international commission investigating crimes in the Ukraine war today announced that forced transfers and Deportation of Ukrainian children It violates international law and constitutes a war crime to Russia.
“The Russian authorities violated their obligation to facilitate the reunification of families in every possible way, and unreasonably delayed the repatriation of civilians“While presenting the group’s report to the UN Human Rights Council,” said Erik Møse, a member of the commission.
This situation was recorded in the regions occupied by Russia in the east and south of the first country in Ukraine and has been one of the factors taken into account by Russia. International Criminal Court Issuing an international arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for his responsibility in this matter.
In addition, the commission found that the Russian authorities, ukrainian kids He remains permanently in this country, whose number 16,000 was considered, although he could not reliably determine the number.
In addition to these facts, at least the body of experts considered proven 25 explosive attacks the complete destruction of cities in nine regions of the country and the regions of Kharkiv, Chernigov and Izium.
The Commission also constant attacks Attacks by the Russian Army on Ukraine’s energy infrastructures could constitute crimes against humanity.
In his speech to the UN Human Rights Council, Møse also referred to the extrajudicial killings of civilians and soldiers. Ukrainians in 17 cities of the country, including Kharkiv and Kiev.
“Torture and inhumane treatment of detainees, especially men. widespread and systematic “Especially for those who have all kinds of doubts about their ties to the Ukrainian Army,” he said.
According to the UN, they have been killed or wounded in Ukraine in the conflict so far 22,209 civiliansmostly in the eastern parts of the country, partially occupied by Russia and not visited by the independent Commission.
In total, they became 8,317 people were killed, during 13,892 people were injured In the first eleven months of the war in Ukraine.
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