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Ukraine is deliberately spreading false information about the killing of civilians in Pucha

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On Monday, Russia’s chief investigator ordered a formal inquiry into what he called Ukraine ‘provocations “, accusing Kiev of killing Russian civilians in the city of Pucha.

The Russian Commission of Inquiry said in a statement that it had ordered the commission headed by Alexander Bastrik following Ukraine’s “deliberate misrepresentation” of Russian armed forces in Pucha.

The Russian Foreign Ministry has said that photos of civilians killed in the Ukrainian city of Pucha were taken “on orders” by the United States as part of a plot to impeach Moscow.

“Who are the provocateurs? Of course the US and NATO,” ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in an interview with state television late Sunday.

Zakarova was immediately inspired by images of Western condemnation and civilian deaths, indicating that the novel was part of a plot to discredit Russia.

“In this case, it seems to me that there is no doubt as to who ‘ordered’ these statements, which were published within the first minutes of the goods’ appearance (about Russia),” he added.

On Sunday, Ukrainian officials said they were investigating Russian war crimes after Russian forces withdrew from the area and found hundreds of bodies built and shot at close range in cities near the capital, Kiev.

Russian officials have said the images and footage from Pucha were “provocative” aimed at disrupting peace talks between Moscow and Kiev. The Russian Defense Ministry said the photos were “a new theatrical display of the Kiev regime’s judiciary”.
Scenes and pictures of civilian deaths across the city have prompted Western nations to demand that those responsible for war crimes in Ukraine be punished.

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Russia, meanwhile, has called on the United Nations Security Council to convene today to discuss what it calls “provocation of Ukrainian extremists” in Pucha.
On February 24, Russia sent tens of thousands of troops to Ukraine in what is being called a special operation to reduce the military capabilities of its southern neighbors and to divert what it calls dangerous nationalists.

Ukrainian forces faced stiff opposition and the West imposed severe sanctions on Russia, forcing it to withdraw its forces.

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