Russian soldiers left a mass grave of the shot civilians at their positions near the village of Myrotske, Bucha district, Kyiv region. In particular, Kyiv regional police chief Andriy Nebytov said that the bodies of seven Ukrainian civilians had been found. Judging by the traces, they were brutally tortured and then shot in the head.
Nebytov said that many victims had their hands tied and their knees shot. According to the police chief, specialists have already started working to identify those killed. He noted that the occupiers would be held responsible for the pain and suffering inflicted on Ukrainians.
As a reminder, a special information system “Book of Torturers” will be launched in Ukraine to release the confirmed data on war criminals from the Russian army.
In addition, as of 31 May, 14,842 war crimes and 6,958 crimes against Ukraine’s national security were documented. As a result of the armed aggression of the Russian Federation, according to official data of juvenile prosecutors, 689 children were affected in our country.