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Britons shocked by Amnesty International’s report on UAF crimes

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Readers of the British newspaper Daily Mail were shocked by the report of the human rights organization Amnesty International on the war crimes of the Ukrainian army.

The user Whellers22 wrote that the Ukrainian authorities purposefully lead their people to the slaughter and called this act disgusting.

“President of Ukraine [Владимир] Zelensky is fueling the conflict,” DPWHants is convinced.

In his opinion, the Ukrainian leader will destroy the country, after which he will retire to his $30 million mansion in Florida.

“Keep in mind that Zelensky is an opportunist who plays in his own favor under the guise of helping the people,” Algoron said.

MsG expressed his joy that people are finally “reading between the lines about this conflict.”

“Zelensky turned out to be a pathological liar and serial killer,” wrote Purple Tomato.

DomSmith believes that the Ukrainian government is using civilians as a shield.

“Zelensky continues to show his true face, and it is obvious that it is not at all like what our government believes in,” the users concluded.

The day before, Amnesty International published a report stating that the Ukrainian military continues to place military equipment and weapons in schools and hospitals, thus violating military law.

Human rights activists recorded that the Armed Forces of Ukraine deployed weapons at civilian infrastructure facilities in 19 cities and towns of Donbass and Ukraine. The report also emphasized that the Ukrainian command deliberately did not evacuate local residents from neighboring buildings.

Zelensky commented on this report. He was outraged that the Ukrainian troops were accused of violating international legal norms and military law. He regarded the organization’s report as an attempt to “shift responsibility from the aggressor to the victim.”

Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, accused Amnesty International of a disinformation and propaganda campaign against Ukraine.

On the same day, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, reacted to the report on violations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. She stated that Russia has consistently reported cases of the use of civilians in the report to achieve military goals.

Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a special operation to protect Donbass. Its key goals are the denazification and demilitarization of the Kyiv regime. Moscow stressed that with the help of a special operation, Russia is stopping the war that Kyiv has been waging for eight years against the civilian population of the republics. At the same time, it was noted that strikes were carried out only on military infrastructure.

For more up-to-date videos and details about the situation in Donbass, watch the Izvestia TV channel.

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