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Amnesty accuses Ukraine of endangering civilians, Kyiv is protested

 Amnesty accuses Ukraine of endangering civilians, Kyiv is protested Ukraine-crise-amnesty: Amnesty accuses Ukraine of endangering civilians, Kyiv is protected © Reuters/Ukrainian Presidential Press Ser Amnesty accuses Ukraine of endangering civilians, Kyiv protests Kyiv (Reuters) - The human rights organization Amnestyintenational accused Ukraine of endangering the lives of civilian populations in the civilian population Deploying troops in residential areas within the framework of his war against Russia.

expert in its report published Thursday, August 4, Amnesty International criticizes the Ukrainian army for having launched attacks from residential areas for push back the Russian invasion.

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Amnesty International in Ukraine must work "differently", estimates this Saturday, August 6, General Jérôme Pellistrandi, editor -in -chief of the National Defense Review, while the situation "on the ground is immensely complicated". The manager of Amnesty International in Ukraine, Oksana Pokaltchouk, resigned for a question of "conflict of values" following the publication of a report by the NGO pointing in particular 19 situations where the Ukrainian army In danger, civilian populations, for example, with the installation of soldiers in hospitals to rest.

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Franceinfo: Has the resignation of Oksana Pokaltchouk became inevitable?

Jérôme Pellistrandi: There is really an ambiguity in this report which justifies the resignation of the representative of Amnesty International in Ukraine. The objective of the Russians is not to conquer empty spaces, but to conquer cities because it is in the cities that you find economic, political and intellectual powers. So cities become objectives and, de facto, civilian populations are targets.

"Even if it must be recognized that the Ukrainian government has done everything to evacuate civilian populations as much as possible. It is extremely difficult to think that the civilian population can be saved 100%".

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Jérôme Pellistrandi, editor -in -chief of the National Defense Review

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Amnesty International is adorned with his moral authority to issue a notice on a situation which, on the ground, is immensely complicated. I think that Amnesty International has to work differently on this type of conflict.

After the bombing of the Zaporijia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the largest in Europe, the International Atomic Energy Agency believes that the situation is increasingly "volatile". What's the risk ?

A nuclear accident is far from being excluded. A nuclear reactor is not made to be in the middle of the fights. The reactor tanks are supposed to resist, for example, the impact of a small plane. But if you destroy annex installations such as transformers, cooling systems, you are jeopardizing the operation of the power station. It is playing with fire to have these fights and this militarization of the area around the power plant, militarization which is linked to the Russian occupation.

Cereal exports resumed thanks to the agreement signed between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations, can the pace of these exports accelerate?

The ports around Odessa are not about to find the pre-war rhythm. The vessels that evacuate cereals are searched in search of an armament exit. It is a very slow process. Only a few hundred thousand tonnes of cereals will be exported to the 20 to 25 million tonnes to go out. It will still take a long time.


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© Oleksandr Gimanov / AFP The first humanitarian ship chartered by the United Nations to transport Ukrainian cereals, the MV Brave Commander, in the east D'Odessa, in Ukraine, on August 14, 2022. The first humanitarian ship chartered by the UN is ready to leave Ukraine in order to export cereals to Africa. In addition, the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant is still the bombing target, according to the mayor of the city where it is located.

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