“In the 21st century, such attacks against the civilian population are unthinkable, appalling,” Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky said on Twitter today.
THE Czech Presidency of the EU called today for the creation of an international special court after the discovery of hundreds of bodies near Izium, a city seized by Russians and retaken by Ukrainians in the east Ukrainewhere the fighting continues.
“In the 21st century, such attacks against the civilian population are unthinkable, appalling,” Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky, whose country holds the EU presidency for the current six-month period, said on Twitter today.
“I am calling for the speedy creation of one international special court“, he added.
The Ukrainian authorities spoke yesterday, Friday, of “450 corpses of civilians bearing traces of violent death and torture” and are buried in a forest in the Izium region.
The Ukrainian Commissioner for Human Rights Dmytro Lubinets said that “probably more than 1,000 tortured and murdered Ukrainian citizens were found in the liberated territories,” while Ukrainian police chief Igor Klimenko spoke of the discovery of 10 “torture chambers.”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denounced the crimes of an army of “torturers”.
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