Crimes of Ukrainian Aidar battalion confirmed in Amnesty Int’l report – Russia

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An Amnesty International report has confirmed that war crimes including abductions, executions and extortion were committed by the Ukrainian Aidar battalion in Lugansk region, eastern Ukraine, an official from Russia’s Foreign Ministry says.

“The report confirms large-scale crimes, including war [crimes] made routinely and under the aegis of Ukrainian law enforcement agencies, by the leaders and members of the Aidar battalion,” said Konstantin Dolgov, the Foreign Ministry’s commissioner for human rights.

“Amnesty International points only to some of these [crimes] – abductions, unlawful detention, ill-treatment, theft, extortion, including demanding ransom for abducted Ukrainians, and simple robbery from the civilian population,” Dolgov said.

He added that Russian authorities have repeatedly called on international organizations , including Amnesty International, to pay more attention to large-scale human rights violations during Kiev’s so-called “anti-terrorist operation” in eastern Ukraine.

“We hope that the report on Aidar’s [battalion] crimes will attract more attempts…

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2 thoughts on “Crimes of Ukrainian Aidar battalion confirmed in Amnesty Int’l report – Russia

  1. Pingback: Crimes of Ukrainian Aidar battalion confirmed in Amnesty Int’l report – Russia #WakeUp http://hu… | Protestation

  2. Another group I wouldn’t trust further, than I could throw them. They were hardly friends to Syria, when they hosted meetings featuring Muezzim Begg and his propagating campaign. At least a lot of their membership left, when they realised they were taken for a ride.
    I don’t know why Russia bother with them, thay are so in the pocket of Britain and its pals.

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