Ukraine still cannot provide the names of alleged victims of Russian massacre at Bucha. The UN not interested.


Kiev Yet To Provide Information On Victims Of Alleged Bucha Massacre

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It is not surprising that the so-called international community has already forgotten about the “terrible war crimes” of the Russian military in the Ukrainian city of Bucha. The fake massacre in Bucha has disappeared from the MSM headlines around the world, and no international organization is investigating the truth. Today, it seems that the Russian authorities are the only ones who are worried about the fate of the victims, who were allegedly killed by Russian soldiers, according to the dirty information campaign of the Kiev regime.

On October 24, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov claimed that Ukraine still has not provided data on people who allegedly died due to the actions of the Russian military in Bucha.

At a press conference during a meeting with Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recalled the Ukrainian provocation in Bucha, which was committed at the end of March. So far, the Kiev regime has not yet provided any results of the investigation, as well as any reliable information to blame the Russian side.

“Since then, we have repeatedly appealed to everyone who can help with a request to provide information about the names of those people who fell victim, and their bodies were shown to the whole world as evidence of the “atrocities” of the Russian military,” Lavrov said at a press conference.

The Russian Minister also added that a month ago he publicly appealed to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres with a request to obtain a list of these persons, but there was no reaction in response to Lavrov’s request.