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‘This cannot be tolerated’ Zelensky hits back at criticism by Amnesty International

The human rights group mentioned defenders appeared to have put non-combatants in hurt’s method 19 occasions by establishing bases in residential areas. However Ukraine’s president accused its campaigners of providing “amnesty (to) the terrorist state [Russia] and shifting the accountability from the aggressor to the sufferer. There isn’t any situation… underneath which any Russian strike on Ukraine turns into justified.”

In an tackle to his war-torn nation: “If somebody makes a report during which the sufferer and the aggressor are supposedly equal not directly… then this can’t be tolerated.

Kyiv MP Inna Sovsun mentioned: “Ukrainian navy is in populated areas. As a result of Russia is attacking populated areas.”

Russian Embassy in London shared Amnesty’s claims on-line.

Amnesty claimed Ukraine’s use of navy bases in colleges and hospitals violated “the legal guidelines of battle”. But it surely mentioned the techniques “by no means justify Russia’s indiscriminate assaults”.

Mr Zelensky’s face was this week beamed on to Edinburgh Citadel’s partitions in solidarity, throughout the metropolis’s Navy Tattoo.

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