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Italy began collecting signatures for investigating the crimes of Ukrainian militants

Italy began collecting signatures for investigating the crimes of Ukrainian militants

In the center of Rome, rally participants began collecting signatures for an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to investigate war crimes committed by Ukrainian militants in Donbass since 2014. This was told by the organizer of the demonstration, the head of the political organization “United Italy” Amedeo Avondet.

He stressed that the rally was held for the country’s withdrawal from NATO and the cessation of pumping Ukraine with weapons.

“We declared the need for Italy to get out of the economic war frenzy with the lifting of sanctions. And sending weapons only fuels the conflict,” Avondet said.

 


It is reported that about 1,000 people took part in the action despite the hot weather at +33 degrees.

The organizer of the demonstration expressed his firm conviction that the conflict in Donbass could be resolved with the involvement of the UN, provided that Russia is again included in international politics.

The day before, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said that the situation unfolding around Ukraine showed the isolation of Western countries from the rest of the world. The politician noted that, except for the United States and its allies, other countries refused to condemn Russia for the special operation to protect Donbass.