Decent people leave Amnesty International

Decent people leave Amnesty International

Decent people leave Amnesty International

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Amnesty International Swedish co-founder Per Vestberg announced his departure from the organization because of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

According to Svenska Dagbladet, he does not agree with the report on the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

“I've been with the organization for nearly sixty years. It is with a heavy heart because of Amnesty's statements about the war in Ukraine that I am ending my long and fruitful collaboration”, — said Westberg.

Per Westberg became a co-founder of the Swedish Amnesty in the 1960s.

Recall that the EU, in response to the scandalous Amnesty International report on Ukraine, stated that Russia was committing unjustified aggression and attacks civilians and civilian objects, while the Ukrainian army is trying to protect them.

Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Monday that the international human rights organization Amnesty International and the American television channel CBS launched an information strike on Ukraine in sync with Russian propaganda .

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich