Infobae in Ukraine: The UN Human Rights Committee has recorded 2,665 civilians killed since the beginning of the Russian invasion

A funeral was held for a Ukrainian fighter at the Bucha cemetery, after the genocide committed by the Russians during the offensive to invade Kyiv

(Special Envoy to Ukraine) The latest report from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights ensures 2,665 civilians were killed between February 24, 2022 – when Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine began – and April 24. The UN file was already submitted to High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet and then sent to Volodymyr Zelensky’s office in Kyiv.

The numbers of civilian casualties are provisional, but they confirm the countless crimes against humanity committed by Russian forces in response to direct orders from the Kremlin.

Infobae Access to the file that includes the tragedy caused by the Russian invasion of UkraineIn its most important sections, it reveals the following:

One.5718 victims were recorded in the country (Ukraine): 2,665 were killed and 3,053 were wounded”.

two.A total of 2,665 dead, including 855 men, 563 women, 59 girls, 69 boys, 67 children and 1,052 adults whose gender remains unknown.

3. He added that the 3,053 wounded, including 355 men, 284 women, 64 girls, 71 boys, 161 boys and 2,118 adults, whose gender is still unknown.

four.In the Donetsk and Luhansk regions controlled by the government, 1,136 were killed and 1,132 wounded, while in the regions (Donetsk and Luhansk) controlled by the unilaterally proclaimed republics, there were 81 dead and 341 wounded.

Funeral employee looks at civilian corpses as Russia's offensive on Ukraine continues
Funeral employee looks at civilian corpses as Russia’s offensive on Ukraine continues

The report of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights outlines the accuracy that shows the tragic consequences of the continued bombing of Russian missiles on the civilian population of Ukraine.

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In this regard, the file discusses the following: In other regions of Ukraine (the city of Kyiv, Cherkassy, ​​Chernihiv, Kharkiv, Kherson, Kyiv, Mykolaiv, Odessa, Sumy, Zaporizhzhya, Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava and Zhytomyr), which was under government control, 1,448 people died and 1,580 were injured. Most of the recorded casualties were caused by the use of long-range explosives, heavy artillery shelling, and multiple rockets and missiles launched from the air.”

This accuracy of the UN report, which explains Putin’s continued air attack, is complemented by another fact that indicates the depth of the tragedy unleashed by the Kremlin at the end of February.

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights at the United Nations believes that these numbers are considered high, although information has been received late from some areas experiencing severe aggression, and many reports are still pending.These concerns are presented, for example, in relation to Mariupol (Donetsk region), Izyum (Kharkiv region) and Popasna (Luhansk region), where there are accusations referring to numerous civilian casualties “, Complete the file read by President Zelensky.

is called: Between February 24 and April 24, 2,665 civilians were killed. And the number could rise relentlessly.

A building in Irbin destroyed by bombs dropped by the Russian Air Force.  (Frank Favasoli)
A building in Irbin destroyed by bombs dropped by the Russian Air Force. (Frank Favasoli)

The information obtained by Bachelet and Zelensky will serve to achieve the objectives of the commission of inquiry established at the Human Rights Council at the request of Argentina.This commission, made up of three indisputable international personalities, has a period of one year to establish the responsibilities of the Russian regime in the ongoing human rights violations committed in Ukraine.

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“It Historic commission because it is the first time that a permanent member of the UN Security Council (Russia) has been investigated for human rights violations.. Therefore, the historical role of the commission is what we must preserve. The commission will work on the ground, gather evidence and then submit its report.” explain to Infobae Federico Villegas, President of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

in Ukraine, The ad hoc commission to investigate alleged atrocities committed by Russia is already working. This basic information will be sent to Geneva, while evidence continues to be collected that will prove the massacre imposed by Moscow in eastern Ukraine.

From the well-known evidence, The Bucha genocide would be just a precedent for the tragedy the Kremlin would have perpetrated in Mariupol, a port city in eastern Ukraine dying at Putin’s mercy.

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