Russia officially invited experts from the UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross to investigate the attack on the pre-trial detention center in Yelenovka. This was reported in the Ministry of Defense.
“The Russian Federation, in the interests of conducting an objective investigation of the attack on the pre-trial detention center in Yelenovka, which led to the death of a large number of Ukrainian prisoners of war, officially invited experts from the UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross,” the ministry said in a statement.
On the eve of the UN announced its readiness to investigate the strike.
On July 29, the authorities of the “DPR” reported that Ukraine had hit a prison in Yelenovka in the Donetsk region, where Ukrainian prisoners were kept, as a result, 50 people were killed and another 130 were injured. According to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the strike was carried out by the Russian military in order to accuse Ukraine of war crimes and to hide the torture and execution of Ukrainian prisoners.
Earlier, The Insider drew attention to the fact that propagandists reported on the preparation of a "provocation" back in June. Volunteer from Mariupol Vitaly Sitnikov, who himself spent more than three months in prison in Yelenovka, said that the industrial zone, which was hit by shells, was empty almost until the shelling, but a few days before that, hangars were set up there and placed in them fighters "Azov" , which, as it turned out, no one was going to exchange. He also reported about the constant torture in the colony and the fighter who committed suicide because of this.
Politico journalist Christopher Miller published photos from the Maxar satellite, which show how the colony in Yelenovka looked before and after the impact - on July 27 and July 30.