This Tuesday, April 5, the South Korean government expressed its dismay and concern after bodies of civilians’ in Bucha, an area near the north of Kyiv in Ukraine, were revealed at the hands of the Russian army, allegedly. However, the Russian leaders have already denied being responsible for such a situation and emphasized again that they intend to “Demilitarize” Ukraine.
Thus far, dozens of bodies have been found in Bucha, after the withdrawal of Russian army troops from this city. At this event, Choi Young-sam, the spokesman for South Korea, made clear the concern of the Asian country in the face of acts against humanity, during a briefing to the media.
Young-sam also added that the South Korean government supports the UN declarations on this occasion and points out the need to carry out a deep and exhaustive investigation that leads to obtaining constructive accounts for this fact, catalogued by them as a "clear violation of international right".
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Dmytro Kuleba, indicated that this act carried out in Bucha and classified as a "massacre" is the worst in Europe since World War II.
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