Relying on official sources of the Prosecutor General’s Office and the Ukrainian ombudsman, legal experts from the EU Delegation to Ukraine have developed a map reflecting crimes committed by the Russian military since the start of Putin’s war against Ukraine.
They include attacks on civilians and civilian objects, murder, torture, rape or other sexual violence, deportations, use of prohibited munitions, etc.
All these crimes are being investigated.
According to the EU experts, this list is not exhaustive and aims to show the scale in certain categories of war crimes.
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