Alexander Bastrykin, Chairman of the Russian State Investigative Committee, announced that 92 soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were arrested for “crimes against humanity”.
Alexander Bastrykin, Chairman of the Russian State Investigative Committee, announced that more than 1,300 criminal investigations have been launched so far within the framework of Russia’s operations in Ukraine. Stating that 92 soldiers from the Ukrainian Armed Forces were arrested by Russia, Bastrykin said that 96 people, 51 of whom were soldiers, were also on the wanted list. Bastrykin also added that Ukrainians are involved in “crimes against the security of humanity and peace.”
Investigations continue in Ukraine
In the statement made by Kiev regarding the ongoing investigations in Ukraine, it was stated that more than 21 thousand war and aggression crimes investigations have been carried out since the attacks launched by Russia on February 24. In May, the first war crimes trial began in Ukraine, and the court sentenced the Russian soldier to life imprisonment for killing a civilian.