War in Ukraine. The perpetuity of the first Russian soldier convicted reduced to 15 years in prison
© Béatrice Le Grand / Archives Ouest-France The sentence of the Russian soldier who had killed a civilian in Ukraine was reduced to 15 years in prison, this Friday July 29, 2022 (illustration photo). A kyiv court announced on Friday July 29, 2022 that the perpetuity sentence to which a Russian soldier was sentenced in May, for having killed a civilian in Ukraine, was reduced on appeal. She is now 15 years in prison.
around fifty soldiers of the Ukrainian army died in the explosions on July 29 at Olenivka prison where They were detained. Their loved ones demonstrated in the center of kyiv to demand news and treatment worthy of prisoners of war by Russia. © provided by Franceinfo
"Save My Dad!" The sentence is written in blood-red capital letters, and in English on the white t-shirt of little Olivia. The a year and a half girl and her mother Katia, have no news from Daniil since May 16, 2022, on the day of the surrender of the Azovstal fighters. "The Russians unveiled the list of wounded after the terrorist attack and my husband was on it, says Katia. But I don't know in what state he is now. Russia wanted to kill them so that the world does not see what 'took place in Olenivka. "
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A week later The explosions in Olenivka prison, in eastern Ukraine under administration of pro-Russian separatists, Moscow and kyiv always reject responsibility while more than fifty prisoners of the Ukrainian army are dead. Most of them belonged to the controversial Azov battalion, this Ukrainian battalion accused of counting neonazis in its ranks . They were captured in Marioupol in May 2022 when they defended the Azovstal industrial complex. In the center of kyiv, Thursday, August 4, their relatives demonstrated to demand that they be treated according to the principles the Geneva Convention.
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"I feel empty. I don't know if he is still alive and what we can expect from the Russians. I just feel empty."
Katia, wife of a Ukrainian prisoner
Sandra wears a black t-shirt, with the drawn face of her brother smoking a cigarette. Bogdan Krotevych is the chief of the Children's General Staff. And it was to try to get him out of the faces of the enemy that she created a few weeks ago, the Association of Families of Azovstal. "There are currently more than 850 soldiers of the Azov regiment imprisoned in Russia, says Sandra. They are either in occupied areas, in Donetsk or Lugansk, or on Russian territory. They are often moved but it is at the International Committee From the Red Cross [the ICRC] to control their place of detention and to know their state of health and this work is not done. "
On signs brandished at arm's length, the ICRC and the United Nations are accused of complicity with Russian state terrorism. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced on Wednesday August 3, The establishment of an inquiry mission into the Olenivka massacre.
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