Russia Plans Parade of Ukrainian Prisoners of War

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, April 25, 2022
Russia Plans Parade of Ukrainian Prisoners of War

On May 9, in Mariupol and Donetsk, the Russian military authorities plan to carry Ukrainian prisoners of war as trophies along the streets decorated with St. George ribbons 

Ukraine's intelligence confirms Putin's monstrous plans for a parade of beaten, hungry, maimed Ukrainians.

“According to some reports, they are going to hold a parade of our prisoners in Donetsk and Mariupol. And this is a war crime, It's just that few people think about it. It is a crime to mock prisoners, a very serious violation of the Geneva Convention and all the rules of war. But Russia wants to go for it once again," Oleksii Arestovich, advisor to the head of the president's office.

“Once again”, because in 2014 in Donetsk, the Russians already did the same thing. Then Ukraine did not have the opportunity to respond, but now it is not 2014 anymore and almost the whole world is on the side of Ukraine. If Russia again goes to the parade of prisoners of war, the consequences will not be long in coming.

We remind you that in Russian captivity, Ukrainians are subjected to torture, hunger, and psychological abuse.

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