Levits and Karin condemn war crimes committed by Putin’s army in Ukraine / Day


“The horrific scenes from Bucca with the killings of Ukrainian civilians by Putin’s army make Latvia even more determined to help bring Russia to justice. These war crimes will sooner or later be punished,” he said.

Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš (JV) also said in a Twitter post that the barbaric war crimes of Putin’s army in the city of Bucha and throughout Ukraine will not go unpunished. The Prime Minister emphasizes the need to strengthen sanctions against the Putin regime, including the immediate strengthening of sanctions in the energy sector.

Support for Ukraine must be increased immediately by all necessary means, Kariņš calls.

It has already been reported that the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Latvia Edgars Rinkēvičs (JV) previously emphasized in a Twitter post that after the genocide and war crimes against the civilian population in the Ukrainian city of Bucha Russian ports must be closed.

The Minister emphasizes that the crimes of genocide and war committed by the Russian armed forces in the city of Bucca must be responded to with new sanctions against Russia and increased military support for Ukraine.

The city of Bucca in the Kiev region has also been reportedly liberated from Russian forces. After the Russian troops were beaten, the city revealed horrific views of the killings by the invaders. Nearly 300 people have been buried in the mass grave in Buča, but the final number of civilian casualties has not yet been determined.

The mayor of the liberated city, Anatoly Fedoruk, says that corpses are lying everywhere on the city streets, including people killed in the back of the head, although many have been wearing white bandages to show that they are unarmed. The aggressors shot at both men and women, and the body of a 14-year-old boy is among those shot.

The crimes committed by the Russians are also confirmed by video footage taken on the city streets immediately after its release.


Source: Diena.lv by www.diena.lv.

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