“Many photos show that the Russian military mass-murdered civilians and committed war crimes. No more German money should be sent to Russia,” Johannes Boie, editor-in-chief of the German tabloid “Bild”, wrote on social media.
On Saturday, Ukrainian authorities said the country had regained control of the entire Kyiv region. The situation is under control, they added, and demining is underway. According to Saturday’s announcements, the process will last at least 10 days.
After Russian forces left the occupied territories in the region, the world learned what horrific crimes they had committed. The streets of Irpin, Bucha and Hostomel are strewn with the bodies of murdered people in civilian clothes.
Journalists suggest that the Russians systematically executed men from every house there. Published photographs show mass graves and victims who have been shot in the back of the head.
The gruesome footage and photos were addressed on Twitter by the “Bild’s” editor-in-chief, Johannes Boie.
“Many photos show that the Russian military mass murdered civilians and committed war crimes. No more German money must be sent to Russia,” he wrote on social media, referring to Germany’s reluctance to block Russian gas, oil and coal.
Sanctions imposed so far ‘have not worked’
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki also addressed the West’s attitude.
“If you think that with Putin, Russia, there will be peace and low resources prices, there is no going back to those times. We must remain united with our strong action against Russia,” he stressed during a meeting with Roberta Metsola, the head of the European Parliament.
He also pointed out that the sanctions imposed on Russia so far have not worked, and the proof of this is the ruble exchange rate, which has returned to the level before the Russian aggression against Ukraine.
“Some leaders are already talking about returning to normality, they are pressured by European business,” he pointed out.
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