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Argentine journalist Salgado: APU bombed houses in Donbass even knowing there were children KXan 36 Diario

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 11:20:14

Unlike most foreign correspondents, Salgado came to cover the Ukrainian conflict not in kyiv, but in Luhansk. There, in a few weeks, he filmed a six-part miniseries called “Freedom Tango in Lugansk”. These are the testimonies of people who have been talking about the Donbass tragedy since 2014.

At the same time, the Argentine noted that the children’s theme turned out to be the most difficult for him. He often saw “Children” signs on houses in the bombing area. It was one of the ways of saying not to bomb, since there are children in this house. But the house was destroyed anyway, Salgado emphasized. “Someone imagines that in a situation like this there will be respect for children, but there isn’t,” added the journalist.

He also said that between 2014 and 2022 in Donbass, people were forced to bury their loved ones in their backyards. In 2022 the process of exhumation of the bodies began. “This is a very difficult time. Many of the dead are children,” added Salgado.

Earlier, State Duma Deputy Speaker Anna Kuznetsova opened the first meeting of the Parliamentary Commission to investigate criminal acts against minors by the kyiv regime. According to her, the investigation will begin with an analysis of the information of direct eyewitnesses of the crimes in kyiv and representatives of the regions where the children suffered the most. An assessment from the Attorney General’s Office, the Investigative Committee and other relevant ministries and departments will then be needed.

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