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Kyiv region: police confirm deaths of 1,222 people killed by the occupying forces

Sunday, 10 April 2022, 15:30
Kyiv region: police confirm deaths of 1,222 people killed by the occupying forces


According to the Office of the Prosecutor General, Ukrainian police have confirmed the deaths of 1,222 residents of the Kyiv region at the hands of Russian invaders.

Source: Interview with Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova for the British TV channel Sky News


According to Venediktova: "As of the morning of 10 April, we have found the bodies of 1,222 residents who were killed during the Russian occupation of the Kyiv region. This is only in the Kyiv region."

Details: Venediktova added that the Russian occupiers had destroyed Borodianka despite the fact that there were no military facilities or military units in the city at all.

According to her, the Office of the Prosecutor General has launched 56 criminal proceedings for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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As we speak, Ukrainian investigators are exhuming the bodies of civilians buried in mass graves, documenting crimes, identifying victims and collecting evidence at sites in townships in the Kyiv region that were under Russian occupation.

The Ministry of Digital Transformation has promised to use digital technology to search for all Russian soldiers who committed atrocities against civilians in Bucha, Irpin and other suburbs of Kyiv.