Chairman of the Senate of Kazakhstan Maulen Ashimbayev: “At the moment, without emotional assessment and accusations should be avoided “
The chairman of the upper house of the Kazakh parliament, the Senate, Maulen Ashimbayev, called the massacres in the Ukrainian city of Bucha a “tragedy requiring an international investigation.”
The massacre in question is this city Russia occurred during the occupation of forces.
Ashimbayev said on April 7:
“It simply came to our notice then and An international investigation with the participation of international organizations, Western countries and other countries, of course, must determine why this happened. Ukraine This is what the people and the world community expect. Without emotional assessment at the moment and accusations should be avoided. I’m sure that, UNExtensive under the guidance of and A careful investigation will determine what happened in Bucha. ”
On the streets of Bucha Russia Pictures of the bodies scattered after the forces left the city have spread widely in the media around the world.
Ukraine Officials say more than 300 residents have been killed in Bucha and 50 of them were executed.
Some of the corpses had their hands tied behind their backs.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky called the massacre a “war crime” and He called it a “genocide” and Western countries imposed new sanctions on Moscow over the incident.
Kazakhstan is a member of the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union and He is a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).
Last January, Kazakhstan invited CSTO forces to quell the unrest in the country.
Since the start of the war in Ukraine, Kazakh officials have made cautious statements about the events, trying not to irritate Russia.