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The Kremlin wants to verify the authenticity of these “terrifying images”.

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A video from yesterday of a prisoner beheading in Ukraine appears to be Russian fighters. “This is Russia’s video,” denounced Volodymyr Zelensky.

Video of decapitation of prisoner in Ukraine prompts Kremlin reaction Moscow says it wants toCredibility“Death”Scary pictures“. “In the ‘fake news’ world we live in, we need to ensure the credibility of this videoRussian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

This Wednesday, April 12, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky condemned “Execution of Ukrainian prisoner“, in a message broadcast on Telegram. “This is a video from Russia. Everyone has to react. Every leader. We will not forget anything. Terrorism must be defeated“, he noted,”Monsters» The Russians. To date, the video in question has not been authenticated. Investigations have begun in Ukraine.

Two videos have been released. The first shows two corpses, Ukrainians in their uniforms, lying near an overturned military vehicle with their heads cut off. “They killed them. Someone approached them. They approached them and cut off their headsjokes one of the voices behind the camera in Russian. The hands of these soldiers also seem to have been cut off. No location could be identified, although pro-Russian networks said the video may have been taken near Baghmoud, where heavy fighting has been going on for nearly a year.

Second, its authenticity and location could not be determined Le Figaro, shows a soldier, possibly Russian, tying up a man and then beheading him. The cries of the bound man show that he was alive before his execution. Many internet users point out parallels with Daesh. President Zelensky will refer to this second video.

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According to The Insider , a Russian independent newspaper, the video was posted by anti-LGBT and anti-feminist activist Vladislav Pozdnyakov on his Telegram channel. It was later published on several pro-Russian networks Le Figaro. Andryi Yermak, an adviser to President Zelensky, responded on his Telegram account, asking if Russia could no longer chair the Security Council. “Russian terrorists should be expelled from Ukraine and the UN and held accountable for their crimes“, also said the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba.

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