Ukrainian police documenting Russian war crimes in liberated territories

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Ukrainian police officers are documenting Russian war crimes in liberated territories, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reported.

According to the ministry, after the liberation of Hrakovo village, a local resident called the police and told that Russian soldiers had forced him to bury 2 men with gunshot injuries in March.

Ukrainian police and Prosecutor’s office reacted immediately and started working in liberated territories to document war crimes committed by Russian troops.

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