© AP Photo/Rodrigo AbdEn kvinde går i Bucha, i udkanten af Kiev, Ukraine, søndag den 3. april 2022.
RUSLAND beskyldte i dag Storbritannien for at blokere et møde i FN's sikkerhedsråd for at diskutere påståede krigsforbrydelser begået i den ukrainske by Bucha.
Udenrigsministeriets talskvinde Maria Zakharova gentog opfordringen i dag, efter at en anmodning om en nødsession blev afvist søndag, da rapporter om massegrave dukkede op efter tilbagetrækningen af russiske tropper.'Rusland vil i dag igen kræve indkaldelse af FN's sikkerhedsråd i forbindelse med de kriminelle provokationer af det ukrainske militær og radikale i denne by,' sagde hun.
Footage appears to show dead bodies in civilian clothing strewn in the streets of the city, many with their hands tied behind their backs.
Mayor Anatoly Fedoruk said that some 280 people found in a mass grave had been shot through the back of the head
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that the Russians would be "forever synonymous" with the atrocities committed in Bucha, calling for war crimes charges to be brought against his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
"Your culture and human appearance perished together with the Ukrainian men and women," he said.
Mr Zelensky condemned the West for its policy of "appeasement" toward Russia, saying it should have allowed Ukraine to join Nato when it had the chance 14-years ago
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on the international criminal court and international organisations to come to the region "to collect evidence of Russian war crimes."
And German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht said that the economic bloc should consider a ban on gas imports from Russia.UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres called for an independent investigation into the alleged war crimes.
But Russia continues to deny its forces were involved in any atrocities in Bucha and said it had delivered over 450 tonnes of humanitarian aid to the city's residents
It blamed Ukrainian forces for carrying out reprisal attacks against those deemed pro-Russian in so-called "clear-up operations" after Russian troops pulled back from Bucha last week
Kremlin press secretary Dimtry Peskov denied accusations levelled at Russia.
"This information must be seriously questioned. From what we have seen, our experts have identified signs of video falsification and other fakes,"
he told reporters in Moscow.The Russian Defence Ministry claimed that the massacre in Bucha "has been staged by the Kiev regime for Western media, as was the case with the [fake news from the] Mariupol maternity clinic."
The UN security council is set to meet on Tuesday.
the report above and provides more details:
"It is hard to imagine and realize, but the British presidency of the Security Council, which has just begun, is trying to deny us our right to request a separate Security Council meeting on the terrible Ukrainian provocation in Bucha. We requested the April 4 meeting at 3 P.M. (10 P.M. Moscow time - TASS), 24 hours before the scheduled meeting [on Tuesday] in full compliance with the Security Council's rules of procedure," Polyansky said in his Telegram channel.
"We will insist that the meeting be held on Monday, as requested," the diplomat said.
"We are shocked at the scale and brutality of the staging organized in Bucha in the best traditions of 'white helmet cinema,'" Polyansky pointed out, "Today's Ukrainian neo-Nazis are completely faithful to Goebbels' old Nazi school of provocations and are trying to shift the blame to Russia." He noted that "there are striking inconsistencies and mistakes in the production." "It has already been refuted on the Internet," he noted.
Polyansky added that the British are trying to use procedural excuses to reject the Russian initiative because another UN Security Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday on a broader issue. "They obviously want us not to bring this up separately because it would cause reputational damage to Western countries that have already accused Russia of killing civilians in Bucha. But it won't work, and the world will know the truth," he said.
Polyansky reminded the British that such actions are not worthy of a permanent member of the UN Security Council, and Russia, as chairman of the Council in February, "despite all the Ukrainian provocations and the tense situation on the ground, has not opposed a single meeting on Ukraine, no matter how much time has passed since its request." "London, on the other hand, has now compromised the presidency of the Council from its inception. We hope that the obvious commitment to respect Council traditions will prevail over dishonest tactical calculations," he concluded.
Two Security Council meetings
Ukraine on Sunday requested that the UN Security Council meet on Tuesday to consider, among other things, the situation in Bucha. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is expected to speak at it. Later on Sunday, Russia asked the Security Council president to hold a meeting on Bucha.
According to Council procedure, the president is required to convene a meeting no later than 24 hours after receiving the request. However, the president can state that, for various reasons, he received the formal request much later than it was sent. As a result, the president has a formal right to convene a meeting later than the requesting country would like.
In addition, there is a practice where the president can decide to discuss related topics in the framework of one meeting of the Security Council without scheduling a second one within the required procedural time. The last time agendas were merged was in 2018, when Ukraine and Russia also proposed to discuss related topics.
What have the Brits got to hide? Are they afraid that their involvement in the false-flag will be revealed?
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