Russia ready to negotiate with Zelensky for a ceasefire

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Ukrainian Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova said in a statement that Russian troops had committed sexual violence against Ukrainian women and men, children and the elderly. Additionally, according to The Guardian, she said soldiers were burning bodies to “hide the crimes”. Noting Bucha specifically, she said: “Bucha has been freed from the occupiers, but the consequences of their atrocities will have to be recovered for a long time: civilians have been killed in the streets, cars have been shot down, torturers in the basements. “.

Ukraine’s prosecutor’s office said in a separate statement on Tuesday: “During the occupation of the town of Bucha, soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, in violation of the norms of international humanitarian law, killed civilians and set fire to their bodies in order to cover up the crime.”

“During the investigation, it was found that the bodies of the dead bore traces of violent death and torture. Bucha district prosecutors and the Kyiv region prosecutor’s office are working on the site with employees of the police. Steps are being taken to determine all the circumstances of the crime. The preliminary investigation is ongoing,” he added.

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