Russia’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, spoke out on Sunday confirming the demand. Ukraine has accused Russia of massacring civilians in the town of Bucha, but Moscow dismissed the incident as having been staged by the Kiev forces.
Some of the “dead bodies” were filmed while the Ukrainian forces had inexplicably decided to wait four days after the Russian troops had evacuated the town, to make the accusations.
Dutch pundits have speculated that the damning evidence of war crimes committed by Zelensky’s forces which was gathered by the Spanish reporter on the ground in Ukraine, Ruben Gisbert, had prompted the staging of the false flag.
Ru troops leave Bucha
Mayor of Bucha announces town ‘liberated’, makes no mention of atrocities.https://t.co/WLAfjJOfZt
Azov Nazis enter Buchahttps://t.co/WkSTMUJy4O
Ukr MinDef publishes video of ‘Russian’ atrocitieshttps://t.co/HDUUYI7zex pic.twitter.com/PQUgD9izpz
— Moon of Alabama (@MoonofA) April 3, 2022
🇺🇦 Rubén Gisbert, een Spaanse advocaat en onafhankelijk journalist, is naar Donetsk gereisd om de misdaden van het Oekraïense leger tegen de burgerbevolking te rapporteren en aan de kaak te stellen. Hierbij zijn verhaal! pic.twitter.com/TrbxWyV85K
— Kees71 (@Kees71234) April 2, 2022