Although the genocide that continues in Ukraine has shocked the whole world, many turn their eyes away from what the media and numerous social media platforms are showing.
When materials from Bucza and other places were released, many were unable to believe in the level of brutality of the Russian regime and Vladimir's armed forces Putin.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to reward his brutal “hero & oacute; w”
Поки хтось дискутує, чи можна називати злочини Рф в 🇺🇦 геноцидом, Рф продовжує сміятися світу в обличчя. Путін присвоїв почесне гвардійське звання бригаді, яка перебувала в Бучі. «За героїзм і відвагу», – йдеться в указі. У вбивствах дітей та ґвалтуванні жінок, треба розуміти?
Unfortunately, the Russian dictator does not intend to withdraw, and the Ukrainian president does not intend to surrender. As a result of the decisions of several politicians, entire families were killed and Ukrainian towns were brought to the ground. All you have to do is ask how much human life is really worth.
The bodies of citizens abandoned on the streets, the remains hidden in ditches, pits, the depths of the courtyard or in the cellars showed the enormity of the brutality of the Russian armed forces, which Vladimir Putin decided to reward according to Super Express reports.
The crime on the civilian population by the people of Vladimir Putin went down in the history of Russia, which for many countries has been a huge threat for years, associated with war, oppression and death.
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The president of this country decided to give the honorary title of the Guard to responsible for the massacre on civilians and around the gang.
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The content of the decree signed by Putin is chilling – For mass heroism, courage, perseverance and the bravery of brigade personnel in combat operations to defend the homeland and protect the interests of the state in times of armed conflicts – we read in the passage quoted by the media.
Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7128