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War in Ukraine. A year after Bucha’s release, we will never forgive, says Zelensky

A year after the liberation of Bucha by the Ukrainian army, statements by the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, at the United Nations condemning human rights violations that have become “routineThe claims of the head of NATO against Finland… Le Figaro presents an update on the war situation in Ukraine this Friday, March 31.

“We will never forgive,” says Zelensky

We will never forgiveButcha’s death, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Russian withdrawal from this martyred city, which has become the clearest symbol of the atrocities attributed to Moscow’s troops. “We will punish all the guilty“, Vladimir Zeleski vowed, while commemorative events are planned for that day.


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Vladimir Zelensky awards a Ukrainian soldier during his visit to the Zaporozhye region, March 27, 2023. HANDIR / AFP

On March 31, 2022, the Russian army withdrew from this city and all of northern Kyiv, a month after President Vladimir Putin launched an invasion of the country. Two days after the retreat, it became known about the pogrom. AFP journalists found burnt bodies of cars, destroyed houses and, above all, the bodies of twenty men in civilian clothes, one of whom had his hands tied behind his back, scattered over several hundred meters in Butcha. The scenes shocked the world, with Kiev and Westerners condemning the summary executions of civilians and war crimes. The Kremlin denies any involvement and creates a drama.

During a visit two days after the discovery, President Zelensky, visibly upset, condemned “war crimes” will be “recognized by the world as genocide“. Since then, almost every foreign leader who has visited Ukraine has made a detour to go to Bucha. Recently, the Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, in his “strong feeling of anger” last week.

The President of Belarus called for a “ceasefire”.

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, a close ally of Russia, on Friday called for “truce“Ukraine and negotiations”.without prerequisitesBetween Moscow and Kiev.

We must stop now before the escalation begins. I venture to suggest a cessation of hostilitiesAlexander Lukashenko said during his speech to the people. “It is possible and necessary to settle territorial, reconstruction, security and other issues at the negotiating table without preconditions.“, he added.


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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko SASHA GEORGEVICH

In addition, the President of Belarus considered that the West’s support to Ukraine carries the risk of provoking a nuclear war. “All-out war has been unleashed because of the United States and its satellitesIn Ukraine, he said during his annual address to the nation, believing that since then.nuclear fires lurk on the horizon“.

The UN condemns the human rights violations that have taken place “everyday”

There have been serious violations of human rightsstunning routineThirteen months after Russia’s attack on Ukraine, High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk condemned on Friday.


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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Turk in Geneva, March 6, 2023. FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP

Everywhere in Ukrainepeople face massive suffering and loss, deprivation, displacement and destructionCondemned Volker Türk before the Human Rights Council, emphasizing the permanent and profound effects on the rest of the world.

The High Commissioner for Human Rights also warned that this invasion “distant“humanity of struggle”.for its survivalis threatened by climate change. “At a time when humanity faces overwhelming existential challenges, this devastating war distracts us from creating solutions to ensure our survival.he began.

NATO chief hopes to raise Finland’s flag quickly

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wants to raise the Finnish flag at NATO headquarters after the ratification of Turkey’s membership and hopes to welcome Sweden.”as soon as possible“.

The two Nordic countries jointly applied for NATO membership after Russia invaded Ukraine, but Turkey and Hungary still block Sweden’s entry.

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I am looking forward to the raising of the Finnish flag at the NATO headquarters in the coming days.Jens Stoltenberg wrote on Twitter on Friday, before the meeting of foreign ministers of the Alliance scheduled for April 4-5 in Brussels. “I hope to welcome Sweden as a full member of the NATO family as soon as possible.“, he added.


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Source: Le Figaro

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