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Volodymyr Zelensky goes to the horror city near Kiev: "It was genocide,"

| 4.4.22 |
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Volodymyr Zelensky goes to the horror city near Kiev: "It was genocide,"

 President Volodymyr Zelensky visited Bucha today, some thirty kilometers from the capital Kiev, the site of the massacre that the Ukrainian government has accused the Russian armed forces of. Images and videos showing bodies by the roadside have been re-launched by local media and later by international media. 

Zelensky, escorted by the military, inspected the destroyed Russian military vehicle and spoke to some residents who said Moscow troops had committed war crimes. "With my own eyes, I saw Bucha, Irpin, Stoyanka after the occupation. We will do our best to bring them back to life as soon as possible." So on Telegram the president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. "We have strong, kind and resilient people. Once again I became convinced during the conversation at the relief center in Bucha." 

According to Ukraniska Pravda, the president of the Ukrainian parliament, Ruslan Stefanchuk, and several deputies also visited the city. The mayor, Anatoliy Fedoruk, said nearly 300 people were killed and their bodies buried in mass graves by the Russian military. According to the attorney general of Kiev, Iryna Venediktova, in the northern region of the capital is found in the northern region of the capital. In Bucha there was a "genocide" perpetrated by Russian troops: the Ukrainian president told reporters during his visit: "This is a war crime and will be recognized by the world as genocide. 

We know that thousands of people have been killed and tortured with amputations, that women have been raped. and that the children have been killed". Pushed on negotiations with the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Zelensky said that Ukraine would continue to participate "because it must achieve peace", and further stressed that Kiev "will continue its diplomatic and military efforts", but concluded that: "This is very difficult to talk about. when you see what the Russians have done here."



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