Moscow condemns US response to execution of Russian POWs

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Condoning crimes of “murderer” allies might price America sooner or later, the embassy warned

The Russian embassy in Washington has mentioned that the US is enabling Ukrainian “neo-Nazis” to behave with impunity by downplaying proof of their atrocities, including that US officers danger blowback from the coverage, it warned.

The assertion launched on Monday got here in response to feedback made by Beth Van Schaack, the US ambassador-at-large for international prison justice, about movies of the summary execution of Russian troopers captured by Ukrainian troops.

A clip apparently reveals the Russians surrendering and mendacity down on the bottom. Another reveals what seems like a Russian soldier showing on the scene and discharging his firearm. The remaining clip is of Russian troops mendacity on the bottom in swimming pools of blood, apparently useless from gunshots to the pinnacle.

Ukraine claims that the movies present a false give up by the Russians, with the intention of taking their captors unexpectedly. Van Schaack appeared to downplay the incident, stating that “when we’re looking at the sheer scale of criminality exhibited by Russian forces, it’s enormous compared to the allegations that we have seen against Ukrainian forces.”

The US official “failed to provide any evidence of violent acts allegedly committed by our servicemen” the Russian embassy mentioned. Her remarks match with Washington’s basic “callous attitude” towards the deaths of Russian troops and exemplified American “double standards at their finest,” it famous.

“Isn’t it clear that the United States enables permissiveness and impunity for neo-Nazis in Ukraine by covering up the frenzy of Ukrainian bandits?” the Russian diplomatic mission requested. “By condoning the crimes of the Kiev regime and ignoring them, Washington supports murderers… One must always remember: ‘For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind’.”

Moscow sounded the alarm concerning the footage circulating on social media on Friday. The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that murdering POWs was a “widespread practice” for Kiev’s forces.

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