The Prosecutor General told how prisoners of war died in Yelenovka

The Prosecutor General told how prisoners of war died in Yelenovka

              

The premises of the Yelenovskaya colony, where Ukrainian prisoners of war were kept, were destroyed not by rockets, but by other weapons. Andriy Kostin, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, stated this on the air of the national telethon. 

The Prosecutor General said that every three hours he receives information on criminal proceedings on the mass murder in the Yelenovskaya colony.

< em>"The previous conclusions of international experts suggest that the cause of this murder or the method of this murder was a thermobaric weapon. These are the preliminary conclusions of several international experts”, – said the Prosecutor General.

Kostin stressed that this, of course, is not a rocket attack. International experts are sure of this.

“This is also confirmed by the information that the pre-trial investigation bodies are working out under the procedural guidance of the prosecutors of the Prosecutor General's Office”, – he added.

As for specific individuals, urgent investigative actions started, they continue, but this issue is more complicated, Kostin noted.

"In my opinion, the priority now is to expose Russian propaganda and disinformation about a possible undermining of this building by HIMARS missile systems, about what they are now trying to assert. But I want to say again that we already have the preliminary conclusions of international experts that this was the result of the use of thermobaric weapons, which is used by the aggressor country, – summed up the Prosecutor General.

Prepared : Sergey Daga