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The European Commission said it was ready to send someone to investigate the “Bucha massacre” case.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on April 4 that the European Union (EU) plans to send investigators to Bucha to investigate the alleged “massacre”. These people will work together with Ukrainian prosecutors.

Ms. von der Leyen said on Twitter: “The EU is ready to send Joint Investigative Teams to document the case in coordination with the Prosecutor of Ukraine. Europol European Police and European Justice Eurojust will jointly assist.”

Earlier, on April 4, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called the situation in Bucha a fake news attack. Russia’s top diplomat said that Moscow considers the situation in Bucha a provocation. threatens international peace and stability and will ask Britain, currently the President of the United Nations Security Council, to hold a meeting on the matter.

On April 3, the Russian Defense Ministry denied Ukraine’s accusations of killing civilians in the town of Bucha, Kiev. The ministry stated that Russian forces had completely withdrawn from Bucha on March 30, while “evidence of crimes” in Ukraine appeared four days later.

Several politicians and representatives of international organizations, including United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, called for an investigation into the events in Bucha. Meanwhile, the leaders of several European countries, as well as the European Commission and the EU’s foreign affairs body called for new sanctions against Russia.

Last weekend appeared many images of many bodies in civilian clothes scattered everywhere, which were shared dizzyingly on the media and social networks.

Ukraine was quick to blame the Russian military for the incident, with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba claiming on Twitter that it was “a deliberate massacre”.

Moscow has firmly denied the allegations, saying there are “many points of contradiction”, and countering that Kyiv staged the whole incident to trap the Russian army.


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