The US denounced that Russia committed systematic war crimes in the regions of Ukraine where it deployed its troops

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According to Washington, the evidence shows that there have been deliberate, indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks against civilians, custodial abuses of civilians and prisoners of war, forcible transfer of Ukrainian citizens, including children, to Russia and execution-like killings and sexual violence

The US denounced that Russia committed systematic war crimes in the regions of Ukraine where it deployed its troops

The US denounced that Russia it committed systematic war crimes in the regions of Ukraine where it deployed its troops. (TWITTER)

Russia has committed “systematic war crimes”, involving executions and torture, in all regions of Ukraine < /b>in which he deployed troops, the US criminal justice official accused Monday, who claims to have proof.

According to Beth Van Schaack, in charge of In the international criminal justice department at the State Department, there is ample evidence that Russia'sinvasion of Ukraine “has been accompanied by systematic war crimes committed in all regions where Russian forces have been deployed.”

She cites summary executions, cases of torture or inhuman treatment, and the forced displacement of people and children.

US denounced that Russia committed systematic war crimes.

“When you see these systematic acts, including the creation of a vast network of forced displacements, it is very difficult to imagine how these crimes could be committed without accountability throughout the chain of command,” said the State Department spokeswoman

Evidence shows there have been “deliberate, indiscriminate and disproportionate ” attacks against civilians, custodial abuses of civilians and prisoners of war, forcible transfer of Ukrainian citizens, including children, to Russia and execution-like murders and sexual violence, he listed the journalists.

“When you see these systematic acts, including the creation of a vast network of forced displacements, it is very difficult to imagine how these crimes could be committed without accountability throughout the chain of command,” he says.

The US denounced that Russia committed systematic war crimes in the regions of Ukraine where it deployed its troops

Evidence shows that there have been deliberate, indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks on civilians, custodial abuse of civilians and prisoners of war, forcible transfer of Ukrainian citizens, including children, to Russia, and execution-like killings and sexual violence. (TWITTER)

Van Schaack, who represents the United States before world bodies investigating war crimes and other atrocities, described it as a “new Nuremberg,” referring to the war crimes trials held in that German city at the end of the Second World War.

The Russian invasion of Ukraineover nine months it has unleashed an “unprecedented series of accountability initiatives”, involving numerous agencies together with the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

The US denounced that Russia committed systematic war crimes in the regions of Ukraine where it deployed its troops

According to Beth Van Schaack, head of international criminal justice at the State Department, there is ample evidence that Russia's invasion of Ukraine “has been accompanied by systematic war crimes committed in all the regions where Russian forces have been deployed.” (AP)

The agencies are coordinating to set priorities “on all available jurisdictional bases,” she added.

Van Schaack declined to say whether Russian President Vladimir Putin could be prosecuted for war crimes in Ukraine, but said prosecutors “will follow the evidence as far as it leads.”

Under international law, under the principle of accountability, prosecutions allow “to go all the way down the chain of command,” he said.

The US denounced that Russia committed systematic war crimes in the regions of Ukraine where it deployed its troops

Van Schaack, who represents the United States before world bodies investigating war crimes and other atrocities, described it as a “new Nuremberg,” referring to the war crimes trials held in that German city at the end of World War II. . (AP)

Separately, officials are examining a video that circulated over the weekend that suggests Ukrainian troops may have killed Russian prisoners of war.

surrender, which caused them to respond.

“Obviously we are following that very closely. It is really important to emphasize that the laws of war apply to all parties equally,” Van Schaack insisted.

However, he added, “the scale of criminality exhibited by Russian forces is enormous compared to the allegations we have seen against Ukrainian forces.”

(With information from AFP)

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