The British MP demands to send the entire Russian embassy back to Moscow.
British Labor MP Chris Bryant called for the expulsion of the Russian embassy from the country after a scandalous tweet by Russian diplomats about the execution of Azov regiment fighters.
Chris Bryant wrote about this on his page in Twitter.
“This should be illegal. This is a call for war crimes. It’s time for the UK to send the entire Russian embassy back to Moscow. Liz Truss (British Foreign Minister – UNIAN), what are you going to do?” the deputy asked.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Russian embassy in the UK called for the execution of captured fighters of the Azov regiment by hanging. They were called “fake soldiers” who deserved a “humiliating death”.
The head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Andriy Yermak, commenting on this statement by Russian diplomats, said that only terrorists and savages can call for the death penalty of captured soldiers by hanging.
Recall that on Friday, July 29, pro-Russian militants announced the death of 50 Ukrainian fighters, including “Azov”, as a result of a strike on the Yelenovskaya colony.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation carried out targeted artillery shelling of the correctional facility in Yelenovka.
Aleksey Arestovich, an adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, said that residents of the occupied Yelenovka informed about the work of Russian “Grads” in the colony where Ukrainian prisoners of war were kept.
Then a version was put forward that the building of the correctional institution, where the Ukrainian defenders were kept, could have been blown up from the inside.
According to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, the explosions took place on the territory of the industrial zone in a new building, which was supposed to be specially equipped for the detention of prisoners taken out of Azovstal.
Intelligence and the SBU reported that the colony was blown up by mercenaries from the PMC “Wagner” (“League”). This was done to hide the facts of embezzlement of funds that were allocated for the maintenance of Ukrainian prisoners.
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