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Czech Republic recognises Russian forces are committing ‘genocide against the Ukrainian people’

by LLB Reporter
12th May 22 12:31 pm

The Czech Republic government have voted to recognise that Russian force are committing war crimes and are committing “genocide” in Ukraine.

The Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic accused the Russian army of “mass executions” with “torture, rape, physical and mental abuse or forcible deportation of children” to filtration camps in Russia.

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The Ukrainian Ambassador to the Czech Republic Yevhen Perebyinis said, “The Senate… condemns ethnically motivated crimes against humanity, such as mass executions, disrespect for the dead, torture, rape, physical and mental abuse or forcible deportation of children, which Russia commits systematically and on a large scale, which is a manifestation of genocide against the Ukrainian people.”

The European Union’s agency for criminal justice cooperation, Eurojust announced on Monday that prosecutors from Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine have signed an agreement for the international war crimes tribunal’s.

Last month the chief prosecutor from the ICC declared Bucha as a “crime scene” where hundreds of civilians were executed by Russian troops.

A 16-year old girl was found with a gun shot in the back of head in her garden after being raped by Russian soldiers and has been named as Karina Yershova.

ICC prosecutor Karim Khan previously said, “We’re here because we have reasonable grounds to believe that crimes within the jurisdiction of the court are being committed.

“We have to pierce the fog of war to get to the truth.”

In Apri Vladimir Putin promoted the “Butcher of Bucha” to full Colonel and he was praised for his “heroism and courage” after overseeing “mass rape” and the “executions” of civilians in the town near to kyiv.

Putin had honoured Azatbek Omurbekov and the Ukrainian authorities are hunting for war crimes after thousands of “executed civilians” were found tortured and dead in mass graves.

Ukrainian reporter Evgeny Spirin tof that Colonel Omurbekov troops are responsible for scenes in the Bucha massacre, “Some of the killed children had their arms tied up.

‘Children…. They were tying up children. There were shooting dogs. Killed women. Girls younger than ten with their vaginas torn apart….

“How to live with this, and is it worth living at all?

“How do I explain this to myself, how? They must cease to exist.

“They must all be destroyed, each and every one of them, turned into dust, into mud, into clay, all of them.”

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