Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday condemned Amnesty Worldwide for excusing Russian acts of “terror” after the rights group talked about Kyiv’s forces had been endangering civilians by establishing bases in residential areas.
Amnesty had tried to “amnesty the terrorist state and shift the accountability from the aggressor to the sufferer”, Zelensky talked about in his daily take care of.
“There isn’t a scenario, even hypothetically, beneath which any Russian strike on Ukraine turns into justified. Aggression in opposition to our state is unprovoked, invasive and terrorist,” he added.
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