Klitschko shows where remains of downed Russian missiles are stored
Fragments of various types of weapons are now being examined at Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise
Vitali Klitschko wrote about this on his Telegram.
On Friday, May 12, the mayor of Kyiv showed foreign and Ukrainian journalists the remains of missiles and drones used by Russia to shell Ukrainian cities.
Fragments of various types of weapons are currently being examined by Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise. The Institute submits the results to the International Criminal Court. Separate groups of foreign specialists are working here together with Ukrainian experts.
"Russia must be held accountable for all crimes committed in Ukraine. For the genocide of Ukrainians and cruelty. There is more than enough evidence for the International Court of Justice. And no lies will help the Russian barbarians!" the mayor said in a statement.
Klitschko said that the restoration of 17 residential buildings most damaged by Russian shelling began in early summer 2022. Last year, 11 houses were restored, and this year – 3 more.