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Putin hates Ukraine – Amnesty International

This will be taken into account when considering the issue of genocide of Ukrainians, assured Agnes Kallamar.

The Russian authorities, led by President Vladimir Putin, feel hostility towards all Ukrainians. This was stated by Agnes Kallamar, Secretary General of the human rights organization Amnesty International (AI), in a Ukrainian television interview on Tuesday, May 10th.

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“There are statements, comments and speeches by Putin and other Russian leaders that show how they ignore and hate the Ukrainian people, where they speak as if Ukraine does not exist,” Kallamar said in a Ukrainian television interview. on Tuesday, May 10.

According to him, these statements will be taken into account when considering the issue of genocide of Ukrainians. The violence used in this war was based on the mentality created by the Russian leadership.

“Violence becomes a form of action, they turn a blind eye to it, and sometimes they even glorify it. There is no control, and it creates conditions for violent behavior, it is a regime of impunity,” he said. by Callamard.

The AI ​​Secretary General admitted that there was no evidence that the command of Russian troops required soldiers to use torture and kill.

“However, we have evidence that the leadership is not preventing these crimes. So they are repeated,” he assured.

According to Agnes Callamard, the task of AI in this war was to let the world know the size and type of crimes committed by Russian troops in Ukraine.

“We want to show that this war is not just a problem for Ukraine, Europe and NATO. Russia’s aggression is a problem for the whole world,” said the Secretary -General of Amnesty International.

Recall that on the eve of the invasion, Putin said that Vladimir Lenin created Ukraine, and also threatened the Ukrainians of “real decommunication.”

In this regard, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that he does not recognize the sovereignty of Ukraine. In his opinion, since 2014 the Ukrainian state since 2014 allegedly does not represent the whole people, therefore it cannot be recognized as sovereignty.

Source: Deutsche Welle Russian Service

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