(AmericanProsperity.com) – Despite Russian forces withdrawing from several parts of Ukraine, the conflict rages on. As Russia continues to assault the smaller Ukraine, thousands of allegations against the federation have surfaced, accusing Putin’s forces of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Charles Michel, the European Council President, recently visited the war-torn country to investigate these alleged crimes.
European Council President Charles Michel is in Ukraine to see the alleged atrocities committed by Russian forces.https://t.co/P9sWatQhTL
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 21, 2022
The council chief also met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, calling Ukraine the “heart of a free and democratic Europe.” Michel asserted history will not forget what Russia has done to the people of Ukraine.
Like Bucha and too many other towns in #Ukraine
History will not forget the war crimes that have been committed here.
— Charles Michel (@CharlesMichel) April 20, 2022
According to Karim Khan, the International Criminal Court’s top prosecutor, the small European country is a crime scene. After Russian forces withdrew from the suburbs of Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, residents discovered a mass grave full of hundreds of dead citizens, some with their hands tied behind their backs and shot to death.
The situation is similar in the city of Borodyanka, where residents returned to homes that were nothing more than piles of rubble, no water or electricity present. Zelenskyy declared the situation in Borodyanka was actually more severe than that of the Kyiv suburbs in terms of casualties.
These revelations have only intensified the desire to charge Russian troops, politicians, and military leaders for their heinous actions and the atrocities they’ve committed against the people of Ukraine, which President Biden has likened to genocide.
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