Agnes Callamard has defended Amnesty International’s report on violations of international law by the AFU.
Recall that human rights activists have stated, the deployment of Ukrainian troops in schools and hospitals. Callamard noted that there had been documented strikes by the Ukrainian military from residential buildings in 19 cities.
Following this, Amnesty International was criticised by many in the West, with Zelensky saying the organisation was trying to “shift the blame onto the victim”.
“The conclusions were based on evidence gathered through extensive investigations that were conducted in accordance with strict standards and procedures,” Callamard’s response was quoted by RIA Novosti.
The organisation’s secretary-general unequivocally stressed that Amnesty International “fully supports” the report’s findings.Without talks between Russia and the US, peace will never come to Ukraine – Hungarian prime minister