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More than 33,000 people became victims of Russia’s armed aggression, - Poroshenko

Ukraine’s president emphasized that Russia is responsible for the violation of all human rights at the territories occupied by it
15:19, 3 December 2018

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More than 10,000 died and more than 23,000 people were injured since the beginning of the Russian armed aggression against Ukraine. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko made such statement, as 112 Ukraine reported.

“Since the beginning of Russian armed aggression against Ukraine, according to the UN, more than 10,000 people were killed and more than 23,000 people were injured. There are numerous cases of the intentional homicides, extrajudicial executions, kidnapping, and imprisonment of people at the basements. Their detention in the inhuman conditions in the Russian prisons, tortures, robberies, and other crimes were spotted by different objective international organizations and provided to the whole world in the reports,” he noted.

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Poroshenko emphasized that Russia is responsible for the violation of all human rights at the territories occupied by it.

Earlier Poroshenko stated that the Russian Federation aims to destroy the indigenous people of Crimea, the Crimean Tatars.

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Besides, Poroshenko reminded that UN General Assembly has adopted the resolution on the violation of human rights in occupied Crimea.

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