Kremlin: The President of Belarus sends evidence that the Bucha case is fake
Kremlin April 12 announcement Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko handed over documents related to allegations of mass murder in the town of Bucha, Ukraine.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko (left) during talks at the Vostochny space center in Russia’s Far East on April 12 with Russian President Vladimir Putin
TASS news agency on April 13 quoted the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko handed over documents related to the allegations in the town of Bucha, Ukraine to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two leaders held talks at the Vostochny space center in Russia’s Far East on April 12.
“The Russian military has clearly explained and argued that the events (in Bucha) were impossible and they were staged. Apparently, today President Alexander Lukashenko presented more evidence proving that the case it was staged,” Peskov said.
“These documents will be examined by special services,” Peskov added, without specifying what the evidence was.
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According to Peskov, the Russian military has released evidence proving that the events in Bucha are fake. They claim they were unable to capture those images around the time Russia is alleged to have taken.
“The satellite images were taken later than they claimed to have taken the images. The bodies showed no signs of decomposition, which would have happened if they had died earlier,” added Mr. Peskov.
The Kremlin spokesman also accused the government Ukraine uses elaborate ways to create fake scenes and says all claims made by Kyiv must be thoroughly checked.
On the same day, April 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed that images and videos of bodies scattered throughout the Ukrainian town of Bucha were fake. The statement was made by Putin at a televised press conference after talks with his Belarusian counterpart Lukashenko.
On April 12, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky further urged the European Union to impose sanctions on all Russian banks and Russian oil exports, and set a deadline for ending Russian gas imports. Speaking to the Lithuanian parliament via video, Zelensky also said Russian soldiers had carried out actions similar to what happened in Bucha in many other places.
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Ukraine accuses the Russian military of abusing civilians in Bucha, a town on the outskirts of the capital Kyiv, which Russian troops controlled for several weeks before withdrawing.
In response, Russian authorities accused Ukraine of staging the scene to derail peace talks and prompt the West to impose more sanctions on Moscow.
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