What is the world saying about Russia’s atrocities in Bucha?

World leaders warn of possible war crimes in Ukraine

WHAT IS THE WORLD SAYING ABOUT RUSSIA’S ATROCITIES IN BUCHA?

What is the world saying about Russia’s atrocities in Bucha?.

Many people across the world have condemned the ‘barbaric’ actions of Russian soldiers in Bucha. Polish President Andrzej Dura also considers the killings by Russian soldiers in Bucha to be genocidal.

The Poland President told CNN it is “hard to deny that Russian soldiers actions in Bucha constitute genocide”.

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Here’s a picture of a six year old boy, who visits his mother’s grave after she was killed by Russian soldiers in Bucha. She reportedly died of starvation.

Ukrainian officials earlier said about 57 civilians have been killed by Russian occupiers but a verified French source says the death toll of civilians is between 240 to 300, which far exceed the estimate of Ukrainian officials. There have been several civilian bodies on the streets on Bucha when Russian occupiers invaded the town.

There have also been several videos of mass burials, and civilians lifeless bodies on the streets of Bucha.

Here are some pictures of atrocities in Bucha committed by Russian occupiers

90% of killed Bucha residents died as a result of shootings from Russian occupiers, Mayor Anatoliy Fedoruk revealed in an interview with DW. “Nearly 90% have bullet wounds, not shrapnel wounds”. The Mayor said.

Leaders across the world including President of the United States, Joe Biden have all said Russia and President Vladimir Putin must be held accountable for the killings of civilians in Ukraine. More than 5000 civilians have been killed in Mariupol according to Ukrainian officials. President of the United States already said Vladimir Putin is a butcher and have committed war crimes hours after he boldly called the Russian President a war criminal during a press briefing at the White House. Read more President Biden says Putin is a “butcher”

Ukrainian Foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba told journalist NATO members must provide Ukraine with weapons.

“My agenda is very simple. It has only three items on it. It’s weapons, weapons and weapons. We are confident that the best way to help Ukraine now is to provide it with all necessary, to contain Putin and to defeat Russian army” Ukrainian Foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba said

President of the United States announced further sanctions on Russia after Russia’s atrocities in Bucha.

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“I made it clear that Russia would pay severe and immediate price for its atrocities in Bucha. Today along with our allies and partners, we’re announcing a new round of devastating sanctions” Joe Biden revealed.

United Nations Special Advisor on the prevention of genocide said the tragic incident in Bucha is a very ‘disturbing event’ and “points to very serious signs of possible commission of war crimes”

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