The materials on Golden fire fighters in the Donbas will be sent to the international criminal court – GPU

Материалы об обстреле боевиками Золотого на Донбассе будут направлены в Международный уголовный суд - ГПУ

The shelling of the February 24 settlement the gold in the Luhansk region was carried out not controlled by the Ukrainian authorities of the city may day, said the Prosecutor General of Ukraine.

Materials about the events of February 24 of the shelling of the village of Golden Lugansk region will be referred to the international criminal court in the Hague. This informed the General Prosecutor of Ukraine (GPU).

“Obtained evidence of violations by the Russian Federation and its occupation administration of international law will be referred to the international criminal court”, – is told in the message.

In the GPU stressed that the Russian-terrorist forces in the Donbas, sighting and firing on the morning of gold, have violated the laws and customs of war, which was documented by a team consisting of employees of the Prosecutor General, the national police and the security service.

“During scene survey it is established that as a result of artillery shelling destroyed and damaged six houses, four outbuildings and two vehicles….The shelling was carried out by shells of 152 mm caliber from the city Pervomayskiy in Luhansk region (the temporarily occupied territory)”, – noted in GPU.

At the same time with the Gold on the morning of 24 February, the militants shelled in the Luhansk region the settlement is novooleksandrivka. “Mines of Russian manufacture was torn right in the homes of Ukrainians. Frightened people barely had time to hide from the bombings,” – said the press center of the headquarters operations of joint forces.

In April 2014, in the East of Ukraine began the armed conflict. Fighting underway between the Armed forces of Ukraine and Pro-Russian rebels who control part of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

In the conflict zone periodically declare a truce. Last, the results of the talks in Minsk began on 29 December 2018.

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