“Because of the standards of justice.” The European Union refuses to comment on the absence of a list of names of Bucha’s victims “Because of the standards of justice.” The European Union refuses to comment on the absence of a list of names of Bucha’s victims

“Because of the standards of justice.” The European Union refuses to comment on the absence of a list of names of Bucha’s victims

“Because of the standards of justice.” The European Union refuses to comment on the absence of a list of names of Bucha’s victims

European Union Foreign Affairs Spokesman Peter Stano stated that it is not possible to comment on the fact that there is no list of names of those killed in the city of Buca due to the ongoing investigation and respect for the privacy of the victims’ families.
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In response to a journalist’s question about whether the European Union received a list of the names of those killed in the city of Buca, Stano said: “This massacre is still under investigation by the International Criminal Court, Ukraine and other bodies, and as a rule we do not comment on ongoing investigations.” a>TASS quoted the agency as saying: A diplomatic source in Brussels said that there is no list of names of “Bucha’s victims.”
He added: “The European Union supports national and international efforts aimed at holding those responsible accountable. These processes require respect for international procedural standards and the rights of victims. There are no shortcuts in achieving justice, and the process must be conducted according to the highest standards and will take some time to complete.

The source explained: “To date, we do not have any information about what happened in Bucha, even though more than a year and a half has passed since that story. This topic was not discussed again within EU bodies after the first wave of media reports. There is no information about the progress of the investigation or the identities of the victims, although in 2022 the European Union helped send a mission of the European Ministry of Justice to Ukraine to facilitate the investigation into “war crimes,” especially in Bucha.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said earlier that Russia is awaiting the start of investigations into the events that occurred in Bucha, which Kiev accuses Moscow of, but it has not even received a list of the names of the dead.

In the spring of 2022, Western media distributed video clips from the Ukrainian city of Bucha showing dead people, and claimed that they were evidence of “crimes” Russia. For its part, the Russian Ministry of Defense denied accusations of killing civilians, noting that Russian forces left the city of Bucha on March 30, 2022, while the so-called evidence of crimes was presented on April 4, 2022, that is, after the Ukrainian Security Service employees arrived in the city.


The Prime Minister of Poland replaces all heads of the relevant security services

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk announced that he had accepted the resignation of the heads of all relevant intelligence agencies and security services, and new heads had been appointed for them.
Last week the government changed in Poland. In place of Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister Donald Tusk, who previously led the opposition coalition, became Prime Minister.

Tusk said: “After detailed discussions on issues related to the relevant security services, and requesting the opinion of the President of the Polish Republic, I decided to dismiss the heads of the Military Intelligence Service, the Central Anti-Corruption Office, the Internal Security Agency, the Intelligence Service, and the Military Counterintelligence Office, and today I appointed new heads of these institutions.”

The Prime Minister explained that Colonel Dorota Kavintskaya served  as the head of the Military Intelligence Service. Tusk praised the aforementioned woman, and stressed that she has extensive experience in the field of reconnaissance and electronic espionage.

Tusk stated that Agnieszka Kwiatkowska-Jurdak was appointed to the position of head of the Central Anti-Corruption Office. The Internal Security Agency will be headed by Colonel Rafal Cirescu.

The intelligence service will be headed by Colonel Pavel Shota. General Jaroslaw Strozek will become head of the military counterintelligence service.
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