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United Nations “8,400 civilians killed in Ukraine war… detained and executed”

Volker Turk, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, attended a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council on the 31st local time and said, “After the invasion of Ukraine, the horrific human rights violations have continued and alarmed the world. “

Turkey’s top representative said 8,400 civilians had died since the start of the war and more than 14,000 had been injured.

According to the findings of the UN Independent Commission of Inquiry, which he presented, there were 621 cases of forced disappearance and arbitrary detention by the Russian army, and more than 16,000 Ukrainian children were forcibly returned to Russia.

In addition, a number of cases of human rights violations were collected, such as unjust summary executions and sexual assaults.

Reporter Shin Seon-jae (

#Ukraine #Russia #War #HumanRightsViolations

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