UN international commission has not seen Russia committing genocide in Ukraine: says they have no evidence
The UN international commission investigating violations in Ukraine has said that it allegedly saw no signs that the terrorist state Russia had committed genocide against Ukrainians. The head of the commission, Eric Møse, said that it did not have sufficient evidence.
According to representatives of the UN, the crimes of the Russian Federation in Ukraine do not meet the legal qualifications of the Convention on genocide. About it reports "Radio Liberty".
When asked by journalists, the head of the UN Independent International Commission to Investigate Violations in Ukraine, Eric Møse, has said that the commission has not yet come to the conclusion that genocide is taking place in Ukraine.
"At this stage, we still have not come to the conclusion that genocide is taking place," Eric Møse noted.
It is noteworthy that he expressed a similar position in the spring of this year. At a press conference in Geneva, Möse said that the UN does not have sufficient evidence that would meet the legal qualification provided for by the Genocide Convention. According to him, there must be a "need" to destroy a certain group, and such destruction, according to the Convention, must be physical or biological.
We will remind, on the night of September 4, the Russian occupation army attacked the Dnipropetrovsk region with kamikaze attack drones. Part of the UAV shot down the air defense forces, but also recorded a flight into the infrastructure.
Earlier it was reported that the troops of the aggressor country Russia on the night of September 4 staged a massive attack with kamikaze drones of the type "Shahed" on the south of the Odessa region of Ukraine. Air defense forces shot down about 17 attack UAVs, but there were also hits on civilian infrastructure.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Russian occupation forces on September 2 hit the town of Ugledar in the Donetsk region, which is very close to the front line. The settlement was hit by an air strike, which resulted in the death of a couple - a 43-year-old man and his 42-year-old wife.