The state terror that is taking place in Ukraine is well comparable to the policy of the period of Hitler’s occupation, said Director of Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia, President of the Russian Historical Society Sergey Naryshkin at the opening ceremony of the Moscow exhibition Human Rights Violations in Ukraine (2017-2020) on January 18.
“After the bloody coup d’etat of 2014, the Ukrainian elite, establishment, and nationalists unleashed a real civil war, and now over seven years civilians die in Donbass,” Naryshkin said.
The director of the Foreign Intelligence Service noted that the image of “anti-Russia” inspires the murderers and their supervisors.
“Those who kill and those who give orders to kill find inspiration in the image of Ukraine as anti-Russia,” Naryshkin noted.
The top intelligence official indicated that the exhibition in Moscow clearly demonstrates the terror that is taking place in Ukraine.
“Unfortunately, killing of women, children, elderly people, torture and persecution of discontent are what contemporary Ukraine is,” Naryshkin said.
According to the organizers, the exhibition was prepared by the Foundation for Research of Democracy Problems non-governmental organization, and the project was based on interviews with experts and human rights activists, materials based on these interviews, and personal stories of victims persecuted by the new Ukrainian authorities.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency