Russian MFA once again asserted the non-involvement of the russian army in the killings of civilians in Bucha. The UN doesn’t confirm information about Ukrainian "staging" 04/02/2024 13:58:05. Total views 201. Views today — 3.

The russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stated the non-involvement of the russian Armed Forces in the killings of civilians in Bucha in March 2022. The latest baseless accusation from Ukraine regarding a "staged event" was voiced by the spokesperson of the foreign policy agency, Maria Zakharova.

According to her version, "the Zelensky regime and its Western handlers staged a bloody spectacle in the city of Bucha in the Kyiv oblast, allegedly portraying mass murders of local residents by Russian servicemen".

She did not provide evidence of Ukraine's involvement in staging the "Bucha tragedy", but she mentioned how the residents of Bucha, under occupation, "moved freely around the city, used cell phones, and the internet".

Allegedly, the bodies of the deceased civilians were first recorded not by "forensic experts and medical examiners" but by "engaged representatives of the media".

Zakharova indirectly acknowledged that the United Nations does not support the version of Ukraine's staging of mass killings of civilians by russian occupiers and accused the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, of "covering for the Kyiv regime".

As previously reported, satellite images from the occupied Bucha clearly show at least 11 bodies of civilians, meaning that the bodies were on the streets of the city before the departure of russian troops. After the departure of the occupiers, the bodies of Ukrainian citizens with tied hands and traces of extrajudicial executions were discovered.