Prisoners in Yelenovka were killed by thermobaric weapons – preliminary conclusion of experts – Ukrainian news, Politics

The preliminary findings of a number of international experts suggest that the massacre of Ukrainian prisoners of war in Yelenovka was carried out with the use of thermobaric weapons. This was announced on the air of the telethon by the Prosecutor General Andrey Kostin.

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Kostin said that he was informed about the progress of the investigation every three hours. Many international experts are now involved in the investigation.

“I want to inform you that the preliminary conclusions of our international experts indicate that the method of this murder was a thermobaric weapon. These are the preliminary conclusions of several international experts. That is, this is definitely not a rocket attack. They are sure of this,” the Prosecutor General said.

According to him, this is also confirmed by the Ukrainian investigation.

Now, Kostin noted, the identities of those involved in the crime are being established.

  • 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.
  • Acting Commander of the Azov Regiment, Major Nikita Nadtochiy declaredthat “Azov” regards the explosion in Yelenovka as an act of public execution, and assured that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin would also be executed.

Vadim Rebrina

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