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Ukraine. Prosecutor General’s Office: 77,000 Russian war crimes have been registered since the beginning of the armed invasion

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The general prosecutor’s office in Kiev has registered over 77,000 war crimes committed by the Russians since the beginning of the armed invasion of Ukraine. Ukrainian courts handed down 30 verdicts in cases involving Russian crimes.

– To date, we have registered over 77,000 cases of war crimes. It is not only about murders, humiliations and rapes, but also about destruction of property, kidnappings and mass looting in the occupied territories, said Prosecutor General Andriy Kostin, quoted by Ukrainian portals.

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Kostin said that “there are already 150 indictments and 30 verdicts of Ukrainian courts regarding Russian war crimes committed on the territory of Ukraine.”

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Over 70,000 criminal proceedings

Earlier, the Ukrainian news agency UNIAN reported that since February 2022, when Russia launched an armed invasion of Ukrainethe authorities in Kiev initiated over 71,000 criminal proceedings for crimes committed in Ukraine by Russians, as well as by Ukrainian collaborators.

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On Tuesday, Kiev’s police chief Andriy Nebytov announced that within a year, after the liberation of the region from the hands of Russian troops, 15 mass burial sites of civilians murdered by Russians, as well as three torture chambers where Ukrainians were detained, were discovered in the Kiev region.

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