Boris Bondarev, an adviser to Russia’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations, considers Putin’s war “the most serious crime against the Russian people”.
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The more shame the better unemployment and possible deportation. A prominent Russian diplomat posted in the country’s permanent mission to the United Nations in Geneva announced on Monday that he was stepping down because of disagreement with Moscow’s “invasion” on Ukraine. boris bondarevAn adviser to Russia’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations slammed the door: “The aggression committed by Putin against Ukraine, and indeed against the whole of the Western world, is not only a crime against the Ukrainian people, but, perhaps, The biggest crime against the people of Russia.
There was no comment from the Russian Permanent Mission to the United Nations on this resignation, A rare public acknowledgment of hatred among the diplomatic corps caused by the attack on Ukraine.
As a general rule, diplomats from Russian embassies spent the months of December, January and February publicly stating that the idea of Russia attacking Ukraine was nonsense. Starting on 24 February, he argued that Russian incursions were inevitable. But Bondarev said enough. As he admitted to Reuters: “I would have been to the mission any other Monday morning, sent in my resignation letter and left.” Referring to the Russian attack on Ukraine on February 24, he said, “I started imagining it a few years ago, but the scale of this disaster has prompted me to do so.” Bondarev worked in the field of arms control, Starting today on your LinkedIn profile, you have the job search badge.
Asked if a colleague thought the same way, he explained: “Not all Russian diplomats are warmen. They are reasonable, but they have to keep their mouth shut”, He believes that his case may become an example, although there is no guarantee. He told the AP, “If I am prosecuted…
According to his version, he raised his cause against attacks on high-level embassy staff on several occasions. “He told me to keep my mouth shut to avoid the impact”, said. His powerful statement is written in English. He claims that he emailed it to about 40 diplomats.
Ukraine urged Russian diplomats to resign at a Human Rights Council debate in March. This new dissident announced his departure early in the morning. “I studied to be a diplomat and I have been a diplomat for twenty years”Bondarev, who spoke lovingly and bitterly of the Russian Foreign Ministry: “It has become my home and my family. But I can no longer share this bloody, stupid and absolutely unnecessary humiliation.”
Bondarev does not expect others to follow his lead. “I’m afraid I’m alone.” “With the letter Z he has exceeded all hopes and possibilities of a prosperous free society in our country”, he laments in his text. “Those who conceived this war want only one thing: to be in power forever, to live in pomp and frivolous palaces, to go on yachts comparable in tonnage and the entire Russian Navy. For, to enjoy unlimited power and full punishment.”
eternal prison for war crime
A Ukrainian court on February 24 sentenced a Russian soldier to life in prison for killing an unarmed civilian in the first war crimes trial since the Russian invasion.
Kyiv has accused Russia of atrocities and brutality against civilians during the Russian incursion into Ukraine. But no judicial process was opened till this month. Vadim ShishmarinA 21-year-old tank commander is convicted of killing an unarmed civilian.
Shishmarin pleaded guilty last week to the shooting of a 62-year-old man in the head in the village of Chupajivka in northeastern Ukraine. This happened on 28 February. Russian soldier was ordered to shoot Dada from the car, Apparently they want to prevent him from telling about the position of the Russian contingent.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova says she has filed more than 10,000 possible war crimes. “Till date, We have over 13,000 cases (under investigation) Regarding war crimes,” Venediktova said in an interview with The Washington Post. Russia denies targeting civilians or engaging in war crimes, while calling it a “special military operation” in Ukraine.
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