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On February 24, 2022, the russian federation began a merciless war. Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians lost their homes, dozens of thousands - relatives and close friends, hundreds - their innocent children. The brutal genocide of our people is an obvious example of the fact that russia does not belong among the civilized world, especially as a country with an influential position in the international arena.
- russia, as the permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, brazenly uses its veto power, making impossible any changes within the organization.
- Moreover, the aggressor does not pass the opportunity to promote aggressive interests in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, not seeking peace and conflict resolution, which is the goal of the OSCE functioning.
We appeal to everyone who believes in good and justice, who cannot stand violence, rapes, and merciless killings of defenseless women, children, and the elderly, the destruction of cities and towns, and the left bloody stain on the destinies of generations.
Let's restore peace and stability! Down with the russian violence! Kick the aggressor from the UN Security Council and OSCE!
During the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russian authorities and armed forces have committed war crimes by carrying out both deliberate attacks against civilian targets and indiscriminate attacks in densely populated areas. The Russian military exposed the civilian population to unnecessary and disproportionate harm by using cluster munitions and by firing other explosive weapons with wide-area effects such as bombs, missiles, heavy artillery shells and multiple launch rockets. The result of the Russian forces' attacks has been damage and destruction to civilian buildings including houses, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, nuclear power plants, historic buildings, and churches. As of the beginning of July, the attacks had resulted in the death of nearly 5,000 civilians including 335 children.