Ukrainian troops have seized a toy of a child with human blood stains during an attack in Ukraine’s Gramadorsk region as evidence against Russia’s war crimes.
As Russia’s offensive in Ukraine continues for a sixth week, the Russian military launched a missile attack on civilians waiting at a train station to exit the eastern city of Kramatorsk.
At least 30 people were killed and more than 100 were injured and admitted to the intensive care unit of the hospital.
A blood covered toy from the #Kramatorsk railway station will be sent to the #A as evidence of war crimes by the occupiers. pic.twitter.com/kfEPpsiJcX
– NEXTA (@nexta_tv) April 10, 2022
Many countries, including Ukraine, have denounced Russia for violating the rules of war by attacking innocent civilians waiting to leave the city, calling it a “grave war crime.”
Following this, Ukraine is actively gathering evidence of Russian war crimes in the region.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian police have collected a toy of a child soaked in human blood and scattered during a missile attack by the Russian military at the Gramadorsk railway station as evidence of war crimes.
It will soon be submitted to the United Nations as evidence of Russia’s war crimes in Ukraine.