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Terrorist attack in Yelenovka – Vereshchuk said that the Russian Federation does not respond to the demand to return the bodies of the killed prisoners – UNIAN

She called the events in Yelenovka a terrible tragedy and a crime against humanity and humanity.

The invaders killed Ukrainian prisoners in Yelenovka / photo t.me/informnapalm

Russia has not yet responded to Ukraine’s demand for the return of the bodies of killed prisoners in Yelenovka.

Irina Vereshchuk, Deputy Prime Minister – Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine, spoke about this during a briefing in Kremenchug.

She called the events in Yelenovka a terrible tragedy and a crime against humanity and humanity.

“There should be a personal punishment for this. We demand that Russia be recognized as a state sponsor of terrorism. This is an international crime. Upon the return of the phone, the Ombudsman made a statement, we, as commissioners, also made inquiries. So far, there has been no response from Russia,” Vereshchuk said.

She believes that the entire community should react to the Russian crime in Yelenovka and take decisions that will stop Russia and its terrorist activities.

“So far, our civilization is under threat,” Vereshchuk says.

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As UNIAN reported, on the night of July 29 there was an explosion on the territory of the former penal colony in the village of Yelenovka. The building was destroyed, which contained Ukrainian prisoners of war, withdrawn from the Azovstal plant.

Immediately after the explosion, Russia accused the Armed Forces of Ukraine of shelling the penal colony. Ukraine stated that the explosion in Yelenovka was a Russian terrorist act with the aim of concealing war crimes, discrediting the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

According to intelligence, The attack was carried out by mercenaries from the PMC “Wagner”.

On July 30, the UN announced its readiness provide experts to investigate the shelling of the colony.

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