Kramatorsk railway station and drama theater in Mariupol: the UN brought the guilt of Russia in crimes
The UN commission has confirmed that the Russian armed forces are responsible for the air attacks on the drama theater and maternity ward in Mariupol, as well as for the rocket attacks on the railway station in Kramatorsk.
This is stated in the reports of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry into Violations in Ukraine. 24 Channel.
The commission investigated the circumstances of the attacks carried out or likely carried out by the Russian armed forces and concluded that most of the attacks were indiscriminate, the document says.
Despite the propaganda of the Kremlin, the commission recognized the guilt of Russia
They note that “the Russian armed forces did not take possible measures to verify the presence of civilians.”
“Hundreds of civilians were in places affected by the shelling of the Kramatorsk railway station and the drama theater in Mariupol,” the commission clarifies.
The LLC Commission confirmed:
- On March 16, as part of an attempt to occupy Mariupol, Russian troops attacked the drama theater, killing and injuring a large number of people.
- The Russian invaders were involved in a rocket attack on the railway station in Kramatorsk on April 8, 2022 – then they killed 59 and injured 92 people.
- Russian attack on a shopping center in Kremenchuk on June 27, 2022, when 21 people died and dozens were injured due to Russian actions.
Russia deliberately attacked medical facilities
The UN commissioners confirmed that Russia was responsible, along with the already mentioned attack on the drama theater, also for the attack on the maternity ward in Mariupol, in which at least one pregnant woman and her unborn child died.
Even if the Russian armed forces pursued military objectives in carrying out these attacks, the status of medical facilities under special protection should encourage them to be extra careful, the document says.
Important! The Commission concluded that “the Russian armed forces carried out, and in some cases are likely to carry out, indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks, which is a violation of international humanitarian law.”