Russia advises UN to review footage for Russian war detainees

(MENAFN) Russia on Wednesday advised UN to properly review a footage showing Ukrainian military shelling Russian convicts of conflict.

Noting on the comments said by UN spokesman Farhan Haq, who "called for all reported human rights violations by all sides in this conflict to be fully investigated and for there to be accountability," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova shared on Telegram that the UN official was "hiding behind common phrases."

"The representatives of the UN Secretariat need to decide: either once and for all declare that they are "for all good against all bad"; or begin to approach the assessments of various events objectively, impartially, according to their functional responsibilities and mandates," Zakharova also claimed.

She also asserted that the UN was "more verbose" on Ukrainian statements.

In an interview with Sputnik radio, Zakharova strongly convicted a decision by the Ukrainian Attorney General's office to start criminal cases into the fires of the Russian convicts of conflict.

"Everything that was done by the Kyiv regime around this crime is immoral and criminal ... The shooting of unarmed Russian prisoners of war should not fall into the category of forgotten or protracted criminal cases. This is a terrible crime that should sound the alarm," she added.



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