National Police opens 99,799 criminal proceedings on Russian crimes in Ukraine
As of November 12, Ukraine's National Police inspectors are investigating 99,799 criminal cases on crimes committed by occupying Russian forces in Ukraine since the start of the full-scale invasion
The National Police reported the information.
"Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, investigators of the National Police of Ukraine have opened 99,799 criminal proceedings on the facts of crimes committed on the territory of Ukraine by members of the armed forces of the Russian Federation and their accomplices," the statement said.
Most often, criminal proceedings were opened:
- 85,335 - under Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Violation of the laws and customs of war);
- 9,245 - under Art. 110 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Trespass against the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine);
- 3,527 - under Art. 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Collaboration activities);
- 224 - under Article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (High treason) and others.
Law enforcement is investigating crimes against children, revealing the following statistics:
- 510 children were killed
- 1,143 children sustained injuries
- 2,199 children have gone missing
- 20,363 children were successfully located
- 19,546 were deported to Russia, with with only 386 returning
74 criminal proceedings were opened by the National Police on the facts of sexual violence committed by the Russian military.
They also discovered 87 places of detention and torture chambers that Russian soldiers created to hold the civilian population of the occupied territories.
On Saturday, November 11, the Russian occupying army hit an apartment building in Kherson and shelled the suburbs, killing a man and injuring 5 women. The house of a member of the regional council was also damaged.