Ségolène Royal questions war crimes in Ukraine, citing Volodymyr Zelensky’s “propaganda”

denouncing “war propaganda through fear” from the President of Ukraine, Ségolène Royal questioned, Thursday, September 1, war crimes in Ukraine. On the set of BFMTV, the former socialist candidate for the 2007 presidential election notably questioned the reality of “bombed motherhood” in Mariupol in March.

“You can imagine that if there was the slightest victim, the slightest baby with blood, in the age of cell phones we would have had them (the images)…”, she said. Ségolène Royal also questioned the Boutcha massacre or “the story of child rape for seven hours under the eyes of the parents”. “It’s monstrous to go and broadcast things like this only to interrupt the peace process”, she said. According to her, Volodymyr Zelensky “used that” to disrupt the peace process.

“War crimes are documented”, reacts Olivier Faure

These statements provoked strong reactions. “Peace in Ukraine is not made impossible by the victims of the invasion, but by Putin’s will to conquer!”, reacted on Twitter the First Secretary of the Socialist Party, Olivier Faure. “War crimes are documented, denying it is an insult to the murdered, the raped, the tortured! To say otherwise is propaganda!”he continued.

“Ukrainians are the resisters in a war they did not choose until proven otherwise”he added. Raphaël Glucksmann, MEP for the Place Publique movement, has on his side castigated a “shipwreck. Total”.

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