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The UN no longer minces its words and the partial mobilization divides the Russians

The UN no longer minces its words and the partial mobilization divides the Russians

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news of the day

Gone are the days when the UN minced its words and resorted to understatement and paraphrase. Investigators from the organization accused Moscow on Friday of having committed a “considerable number” of war crimes in four Ukrainian regions in the first weeks following the Russian invasion. On the other hand, they judged that it was too early to speak of crimes against humanity, of the accusations made by Ukraine and several NGOs.

This UN commission of inquiry presented to the Human Rights Council (HRC) the first conclusions of its investigation into the human rights violations committed at the end of February and in March by the Russian forces in the regions of kyiv, Cherniguiv, Kharkiv and Sumy, located in the north and north-east of Ukraine.

sentence of the day

For Silvio Berlusconi, former head of the Italian government who went with Vladimir Putin to Crimea after the annexation of the Russian province by Moscow in 2014, the master of the Kremlin was “pushed” by his population and his entourage to invade the ‘Ukraine.

“Putin found himself in a really difficult and dramatic situation”, explained Thursday evening in a political program on public television Rai the boss of Forza Italia (right) who is running for the legislative elections on Sunday in coalition with two extreme parties. right, Fratelli d’Italia by Giorgia Meloni and La Liga by Matteo Salvini.

The number of the day

10,000 people have volunteered to be mobilized for the offensive in Ukraine in the past 24 hours, after Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization on Wednesday evening, the Russian general staff said on Thursday.

The decreed partial mobilization concerns only some 300,000 reservists who have “military experience”. Many Russians, however, fear a more massive mobilization.

The trend of the day

“Courage, let’s flee” is a fairly shared mantra in Russia, since many citizens seek to leave the territory, by all means, to avoid mobilization. Admittedly, this officially concerns only reservists with military experience, but the fear that the Russian army is extending its market to all men who can be mobilized is growing. In addition to fleeing to other countries, the Internet search for “how to break your arm” skyrocketed.

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