Last week, the Ukrainian army captured one of the important strategic cities in the Kharkiv region — Izium. On the outskirts of the city were found more than 440 people killed by Russian shells or torture. This caused horror in the public again. But some leaders not only expressed condolences but also called Russia to responsibility.
Georgian president Salome Zurabishvili condemned the Putin army and called their actions in Izium war crimes. She also stated that such events should not be allowed to go unpunished.
"I condemn in the strongest terms the atrocities committed by Russia in Izium. These war crimes must be answered by justice. Ukraine will not fall, and peace will prevail. Slava Ukraini," wrote Zurabishvili on Twitter.
Recall that the United Nations will soon send experts to confirm the act of genocide against the Ukrainian people. The War Research Institute suggested that Ukrainian defenders in the liberation of occupied settlements would find evidence of new Russian war crimes and atrocities.
First, the Russians killed more than 1.500 people near the capital of Ukraine, then created mass graves of more than 2.000 people in Mariupol. Now more than 440 corpses have been found in one place in the city, which has an area of 43.6 km².
Meanwhile, Russia is talking about libel and calling Izium the same play as Butch.