Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Digest 105 June 7, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

More than 300 civilians have been killed in the Mykolaiv region since the beginning of the large-scale russian invasion of Ukraine. Hostilities are ongoing. At least two of them were killed on June 6 in the town of Bashtanka, and one more in Mykolaiv.

Digest 105 June 7, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Source: Head of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration, Mayor of Mykolaiv.

 

810 civilians have been killed in the Kharkiv region since the beginning of the large-scale russian invasion of Ukraine. 39 of them were children.

Source: Chief of the Investigation Department of the National Police Department in the Kharkiv Region.

 

russian aggressors continue heavy shelling, air strikes, and offensive in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. On June 6, at least eight civilians were killed, and 15 more were injured. More than 40 houses have been damaged.

Source: Joint Forces Task Force.

On June 6, russian aggressors carried our shelling on the government-controlled territories of the Kharkiv region. Two civilians were killed, and seven more were injured.

Digest 105 June 7, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Source: Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, State Emergency Service of Ukraine.

 

#BuchaMassacre One more russian war criminal has been identified by Ukrainian law enforcement officers. Nadbit Dabaev, russian serviceman of the 37th brigade of the 36 army was involved in at least four war crimes: the killing of a civilian, imitation of execution of civilians, and theft of two cars. All these were committed in the village of Havronshchyna, Bucha district, Kyiv region in times of russian occupation in March.

Digest 105 June 7, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

Source: Prosecutor General.

 

On June 7, russian artillery shelled the city of Kharkiv again. A civilian was killed, three more were injured.

Source: Mayor of Kharkiv.


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