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Kyiv protesters reenact death of Olenivka prisoners killed in rocket attack

Relatives of Ukrainian soldiers captured by Russia at the Azovstar Steel Works gathered in Kyiv on August 4 for a dramatic mourning rally to protest the death of at least 53 prisoners in the rocket attack on the Olenivka camp. gone. It has been 75 days since Sandra Krotevich, one of the participants in the event, was contacted by her brother, a defender of the Azovstal factory. He was taken to a camp in the Russian-occupied Donetsk region of Ukraine. The Olenivka prison camp he was attacked on 29 July. Both Russia and Ukraine blamed the other for the attack, which left at least 53 Ukrainian prisoners dead and at least 130 wounded. Take action to gain access to the camps and investigate the scene. “The inaction of these organizations has already led to the deaths of combatants and the world must do everything possible to prevent the tragedy from happening again,” the association said in a statement after Thursday’s protest. The reenactment attempted to depict the moment when a prisoner died in agony using smoke bombs and a bunk bed set up in Kiev’s central Sophia Square. No,” said Krotevich, adding that the Red Cross needs to take responsibility for providing more information about the attacks. state, and the Geneva Conventions do not work.” According to the Kiev Post, Acting Commander of the Azov Regiment, Mikita Natochiy, said: “We are planning an attack on Olenivka. as an act of public execution carried out without charge by Russia.Russians are accustomed to the fact that no one holds them accountable for openly violating the laws, customs and rules of war. The Kiev Post quoted Natchi as saying the names and personal data of those involved in the killing of Ukrainian prisoners of war are now being verified. Credit: Suspilne News via Storyful

Kyiv protesters reenact death of Olenivka prisoners killed in rocket attack

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