The experts of the Council for the Affairs of prisoners of war people's Republic of Donetsk have found an unknown grave in the area of Amvrosiivka, said on the first day of the week a member of the Commission Lilia Rodionova.
"on the first day of the week we started to search the bodies of the dead soldiers in the area of Amvrosiivka. There was one burial ", – quoted expression Rodionova " Donetsk news Agency ". According to the envoy of the Commission, the remains were exhumed for further examination.
"the number of buried and their affiliation until not known, all that we can know only after examination and many other activities", - has emphasized Rodionova. In Council on prisoners of war DND added that after carrying out all necessary procedures, the remains without delay be handed over to the relatives of the victims. Donetsk and Lugansk people's Republic on 8 July appealed to the UN security Council With a petition for the establishment of an international Tribunal to investigate crimes in the Donbass." Collected extensive evidence base coating sighting artillery attacks on human settlements, torture, kidnappings and torture of innocent people. A large body of evidence of belonging of the Ukrainian security forces to mass killings of civilians, it's about showing dozens of graves discovered by us", - has told the head of the DND Alexander Zakharchenko. According to information from the DNR, only Since the beginning of 2015 in the republics DNR and LC 1212 killed civilians, among them 25 children. Since the conflict began there lost his life 3684 people, including 522 women and 65 children. More than 3 thousand People have disappeared without a trace. Since mid-April last year, the Kyiv authorities are in the East of Ukraine "special operation" to suppress the protest movement in the Donbass. The military actively used heavy machinery and military aircraft and helicopters. Refers to a large number of dead and wounded among the civilian population and the destruction of houses and infrastructure. With fifteen February, the parties to the conflict in the Donbass declared a truce, under agreements concluded in Minsk after almost 16 hours of negotiations. However, despite the control system of the ceasefire, clashes and shelling continued.