AfD leader Krupalla: Investigation of crimes in Ukraine should be done by an independent agency
BERLIN, 4 December – RIA Novosti. Whether the soldiers committed war crimes in Ukraine should be investigated and the investigation should be conducted by an independent agency, thinks Tino Krupalla, co-chairman of the opposition right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.
In April, the Russian Ministry of Defense declared that all photographic and video materials released by the Kiev regime that allegedly witnessed the “crimes” of the Russian army in the city of Bucha in the Kiev region were “a new provocation”. As stated by the military department, during the time this settlement was under the control of the Russian armed forces, not a single local resident was harmed by any acts of violence.
In response to a statement by the broadcast’s journalist about the existence of witness statements, Krupalla noted that “this should be investigated by an impartial body”. “I hope the United Nations should look into this after the war ends soon,” Krupalla said.
Commenting on the EU Commission’s proposal to establish a special court to investigate Russia’s actions in Ukraine and Volodymyr Zelensky’s call for the establishment of a UN special tribunal, the deputy noted that everything would depend on the terms of the peace agreement. “We should focus on peace and not talk about the post-war system now,” Krupalla said. said.
Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the Ukrainian army deliberately killed 10 captured Russian soldiers. A video showing the Ukrainian army shooting down Russians who surrendered and lay on the ground was posted online on November 18. According to the head of the HRC Valery Fadeev, this happened in the village of Makeevka in the LPR. The HRC chief described the incident as a show of defiance and said he would demand an international investigation. The HRC video will be sent to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, OSCE, Council of Europe, Amnesty International, International Committee of the Red Cross and other organisations.
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