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UN Rejects Russian Request


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Russia’s deputy permanent representative to the UN council, announced on Sunday that Moscow is making extraordinary moves, calling for an immediate meeting with the UN Security Council. This is due to an incident in the Ukrainian town of Bucha, where a massive grave of hundreds of civilian corpses has been uncovered along with bodies strewn on the streets of the town.

Polyansky took to Telegram posting that “in light of the blatant provocation by Ukrainian radicals in Bucha, Russia has demanded a meeting of the UN Security Council to be convened on Monday, April 4. We will bring to light the presumptuous Ukrainian provocateurs and their Western patron.”

Over the weekend graphic footage from Bucha emerged online showing dozens of civilian bodies scattered around the town. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytrk Kuleba blamed the Russian military for the incident alleging that it was a  “deliberate massacre.”

Posting to Twitter, Kuleba said that “the Bucha massacre was deliberate. Russians aim to eliminate as many Ukrainians as they can. We must stop them and kick them out. I demand new, devastating G7 sanctions NOW.”

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg branded the incident “a brutality against civilians we haven’t seen in Europe for decades.” Telling CNN that “it’s horrific, and it’s absolutely unacceptable that civilians are targeted and killed, and it just underlines the importance of, that this war must end. And that is President Putin’s responsibility, to stop the war.”

French President Emmanuel Macron has spoken about the massacre saying that the “Russian authorities will have to answer for these crimes.”

Moscow firmly rejects any involvement, accusing Kiev of staging the event to frame Russian troops. Russian troops withdrew from the town on March 30, which is confirmed on sites such as the following;

The mayor even gave a video address a day after the Russian military withdrew from the town and there was no mention of “any local residents laying shot in the streets.” 

A walkthrough of the town of Bucha was also performed by the Ukrainian forces showing a different story from what has come to light, and a video of the walkthrough of the town can be found on the following telegram link;

The supposed “evidence” emerged four days after the withdrawal when Ukrainian intelligence and “representatives of Ukrainian television arrived in the town.” Russian military claims there are multiple inconsistencies with the incident showing that it “has been staged by the Kiev regime for Western media.”

Russia’s request for an emergency meeting with the United Nations Security Council has since been rejected, with claims that Russia is using the opportunity to spread disinformation about the massacre in Bucha.

On top of this, the EU Commission intends to send investigators to Bucha, along with the Prosecutor General’s office in Ukraine, Europol and Eurojust to survey the scene and launch a formal case against Russia.

Overnight Russian FM Lavrov held a press conference, amongst other topics he spoke of Russia’s stance on the situation in Bucha. He reiterated that Russian forces left on March 30, and the mayor of Bucha stated that “life returning to normal” in the town. Also mentioned was the walkthrough video shot by Ukrainian forces showing no bodies lying in the streets, and claimed that after three days Ukrainian forces must have decided to “stage something.” He also noted that Russia’s requests for an emergency meeting with the UNSC have been rejected, leaving no option but for them to present their own evidence at an upcoming press conference in NYC. Lavrov also mentioned that Russia will be presenting evidence of war crimes that have clearly been committed by Ukrainian nationalist forces. 



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