UN creates fact-finding group for Olenivka tragedy
The United Nations has prepared a group of specialists who will be responsible for establishing the facts surrounding the deaths of about 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war in detention in Russian-occupied Olenivka.
This was stated by the speaker of the UN Secretary General Stephane Dujarric, reports CNN.
"The United Nations has a fact-finding team ready to investigate the attack on the Ukrainian prison in Olenivka," he said.
According to him, the group will not yet be able to investigate the scene, as the situation around the colony in Olenivka continues to be dangerous for a visit without adequate guarantees from Ukraine and Russia.
Dujarric added that the group of experts included: a retired Brazilian police lieutenant general, an Icelandic diplomat and a police officer from Niger. Their main task is to establish the facts of the tragedy, which will be handed over to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.