Russia has stated that it is ready to return the bodies of prisoners of war who died in Yelenovka to Ukraine, but only after the end of the investigation, but the timing of this investigation is not discussed in the Russian Federation. This was announced on the air of the national marathon by the Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets.
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“We received a signal that they (the Russian side – ed.) are ready to return the bodies of our heroes, but the wording is” after the end of the investigation. “We have not yet received a response to clarify how much time is needed for the investigation. We are waiting,” – the ombudsman said.
He also said that he had declared to the Russian side that he was ready to come to Yelenovka and meet there with Tatyana Moskalkova, Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation, “for transparency.” In Russia, they replied that they had received a request and were considering it. However, Lubinets does not expect this to happen in the coming days, because, according to him, despite the statements of the Russian Federation about the alleged access of the Red Cross and the UN mission to the place of death of Ukrainian prisoners of war, they were never allowed there.
A similar situation with the request of Lubinets to visit wounded prisoners of war – in the Russian Federation “the request is being considered.”
- An explosion occurred in the prisoner of war camp in Yelenovka, as a result of which, according to data Office of the Prosecutor General, about 40 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, another 130 were injured. The Russians accused Ukraine of shelling the colony. Ukraine claims that it did not hit Yelenovka, and the explosion was the work of the invaders themselves.
- By data SBU, the Russians could have staged a terrorist attack by detonating explosives planted in the premises of the colony.
- At the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense reportedthat the massacre of Ukrainian prisoners of war was carried out by Wagner PMC mercenaries on the personal command of the Russian oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin.
- Prosecutor General Kostin informed: according to the preliminary conclusions of experts, the massacre was committed using thermobaric weapons.
See also: “We regard the attack on Yelenovka as an act of public execution” – statement of the Azov Regiment
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