Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

russian aggressors continue heavy shelling, air and missile strikes, and attempts of the offensive in the Donetsk region. On June 4, at least six civilians were killed, and nine more were injured. The largest wooden church of Ukraine in Sviatohirsk has been burned.

Source: Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration.

 

russian troops continue their siege and assault of the city of Severodonetsk, and heavy shelling, air strikes, and attempts of the offensive towards other government-controlled areas of the Luhansk region. On June 4, at least one civilian was killed, and two more were injured.

Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Source: Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, National Police Department in the Luhansk Region.

 

Three russian war criminals have been identified by inhabitants of the village of Motyzhyn, Bucha district, Kyiv region. There are servicemen of the 37th motor rifle brigade of russian army: sergeant Magomedmirza Suleimanov, sergeant Chingiz Gonchikov, as well as a mercenary of Vagner group Sergei Sazonov. They are suspected of tortures and killings of civilians during the occupation of Motyzhyn in March.  

Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences Digest 103 June 5, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Source: Slidstvo.info


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