Washington: We’ll work to hold the “atrocities” in Ukraine accountable


US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Thursday that the United States will “work to hold the perpetrators of the atrocities in Ukraine to account.”


This came in a press conference held by the US Secretary at the conclusion of his participation in the meetings of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization “NATO” in the Belgian capital, Brussels.

He said: “Washington continues to work to collect and analyze evidence of the atrocities committed and present it to the relevant authorities to hold the perpetrators accountable.”

He added that the photos from Bucha, on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, “reveal the scale of the atrocities committed by Russian soldiers in Ukraine.”

He pointed out that Russia “is not attacking one country, but rather the entire world system.”

He pointed out that there are more “credible reports of torture, rape and murder committed by the Russians in Ukraine.”


On Saturday, the Ukrainian army published pictures of corpses scattered on the sidewalks of the city of Bucha, on the outskirts of the capital, Kyiv, after the withdrawal of Russian forces from it.