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Russia claim the ‘Bucha massacre’ is ‘fake’ and Ukraine’s ‘provocations’ are a threat to international security

by LLB political Reporter
4th Apr 22 12:05 pm

Russian specialists have detected signs that various edits of footage coming out of Bucha are “fakes” and the Kremlin have denied any allegations that civilians have been killed.

Russia Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned on Monday that Ukraine’s “provocations” in to Bucha  a is direct threat to international security.

Lavrov said that they are demanding the UK agrees to allow Russia to discuss the “Bucha massacre” at a meeting at the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) to which Britain is the chair.

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Moscos said their diplomats will continue to try and get this issue discussed at the UNSC as their first efforts were blocked.

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call that the chronology of what took place in Bucha does not support that Ukraine’s version of events and have called this a fake attack.

Peskov has said that the allegations of war crimes should be treated with doubt and has asked international leaders not to make a rash judgement.

The Russian Foreign Ministry has accused the US of plotting to blame Russian and that the footage was “ordered” by the Americans.

“Who are the masters of provocation? Of course the United States and NATO,” Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in an interview on state television last night.

She added, “In this case, it seems to me that the fact that these statements (about Russia) were made in the first minutes after these materials appeared leaves no doubt as to who ‘ordered’ this story.”

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