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Krayina Dobrodiy foundaton
Nova Doba newspaper about Kyiv and Kiev region
NGO parliamentary club
Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union



The occupiers are terrorizing civilians in the temporarily occupied areas of Zaporizhia.

April 27, 2022.

    In the temporarily occupied village of Kinski Rozdory, Pologi district, Zaporizhia region, the occupiers are looting and conducting a census.
    According to locals, the russian military has settled in a school, hospital and is in the village council. In the village, the invaders are digging trenches to hide their military equipment.
    In general, in the temporarily occupied territories of the Zaporozhye region, the russian army is trying to conduct russian television and radio broadcasting. In Melitopol, the occupiers blocked humanitarian corridors.
    In addition, they are preparing to celebrate on May 1 and 9 on a grand scale and parade, as well as trying to start the educational process in schools and kindergartens.
    In the Melitopol district, russian soldiers are digging trenches in the villages near the reserve.
    Two medical institutions were seized in Berdyansk.
    Also in the temporarily occupied part of Zaporizhia Oblast, russian soldiers are compiling "lists of local figures for abduction" and are looking for journalists to coerce or silence them.
    Russia's actions pose a direct threat to the lives and health of civilians and are contrary to international humanitarian law, namely Article 52 of Additional Protocol I to the Geneva Convention of 1949 on the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts and Article 25 of Part I of Part II of the Hague Convention 1907, which indicates a violation of the laws and customs of war.
    I call on the UN Commission for Investigation Human Rights Violations during Russia's Military Invasion of Ukraine to take into account these facts of war crimes and human rights violations in Ukraine.

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