OVER 10,000 UKRAINE CIVILIANS DEAD IN MARIUPOL – Zelensky
More than 10,000 Ukraine civilians dead in Mariupol.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday said over “tens of thousands of dead people” have died in Mariupol.
The Ukrainian President was addressing South Korean Parliament on Monday when he made these revelations.
There are “tens of thousands of dead people in Mariupol. But even so the Russians are not stopping the offensive. They want to make Mariupol a showcase of a ruined city”, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told South Korean Parliament.
Ukrainian government earlier said over 15,000 civilians have either been killed or gone missing since Russia’s invasion of their country.
Just yesterday over 1200 bodies were found according to Ukraine Prosecutor General: 1222 dead bodies of Ukrainian civilians found in Kyiv
Ukrainian government also discovered mass graves in some towns including Bucha, Irpin, Buzowa and other areas.
Ukrainian government earlier released names, ranks and passport details of every Russian soldier who serves in the Brigade that carried out atrocities in Bucha. World leaders including President Joe Biden and Boris Johnson described the tragic incident as genocidal.
According to the United Nations, over 4.5million Ukrainians have fled their homes. An earlier report from the UN also said more than Ten million people have fled Ukraine amidst Russia war – UN.
Here is a quick list of crimes committed by Russian occupiers in Ukraine since the war begun from Ukrainian government and Ukraine Prosecutor General.
The United Nations hours ago said “it is increasingly hearing accounts of rape and sexual violence in Ukraine”, a senior UN official told the security council on Monday April 11. There have been reports of Russian soldiers raping mothers in front of their children and children in front of their mothers, and eventually killing them of burning victims. Something several activists and world leaders have described as genocidal, war crimes and crimes against humanity.