“Amnesty International” human rights organization Ukraine report on the placement of weapons in residential buildings, schools and hospitals by its military will be examined by international experts.
According to German radio “Deutsche Welle”, human rights defenders intend to find out why the report caused a negative reaction.
“We want to know what went wrong and why in order to improve our human rights work,” the organization said.
A report released on August 4 stated that Armed Forces of Ukraine It is putting civilians at risk by establishing bases and placing weapons in residential areas, including schools and hospitals, in an attempt to repel the Russian invasion.
It is this part of the report that has caused criticism of Kiev. Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky The aforementioned report called it an “unethical example” of human rights activists trying to shift responsibility from Russia to Ukraine.
Agnes Callamard, the head of the international human rights organization, responded to the protests and said that the criticisms “will not weaken the impartiality” of “Amnesty International” and “will not change the facts”.
Kalamar clarified that the results are based on the evidence gathered during the investigations, according to strict standards.
Oksana Pokalchuk, director of the Ukrainian office of the organization, said that she did not participate in the preparation of the report protest declared that he was leaving “Amnesty International”.
The international world condemns this step of Russia and calls for the withdrawal of its troops from Ukraine.
Official Moscow calls the war against neighboring Ukraine “special military “operation” is called. In addition, those who use the word “war”, those who say “no to war”, as well as individuals and mass media who give news different from the official information of the Ministry of Defense of Russia are punished.