156 Russian war crimes registered in liberated territories of Kherson region

156 Russian war crimes registered in liberated territories of Kherson region

Law enforcement officers have already documented 156 war crimes in the territories of Kherson region liberated from the Russian invaders.

"The police took measures to restore law and order in 88 settlements in the liberated territories of Kherson region. The work of two police units has been resumed – in the villages of Vysokopillia and Velyka Oleksandrivka. The investigators of the National Police documented 156 war crimes. Most of them, 139 criminal offenses, were registered under Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (violation of the laws and customs of war)," Oleksiy Serheyev, head of the National Police department for analytical support and operational response, said during a briefing at the Military Media Center on October 20, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.

Moreover, nine bodies of dead civilians and two places of detention, where the Russians illegally held Ukrainian citizens, were discovered in the de-occupied territory of Kherson region.

The National Police explosives technicians have removed 777 explosive objects since the beginning of de-occupation measures in Kherson region.


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