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UN Commission finds no evidence of Russia committing genocide in war against Ukraine
KYIV. March 16 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Head of the UN Independent International Commission to Investigate Violations in Ukraine, Erik Møse, said that no evidence of the commission of genocide by the Russian Federation has been found in the investigation of human rights violations in Ukraine.
“We have not found that there was genocide in Ukraine,” Møse said at a press conference on Thursday.
He also added that the commission is studying the evidence because there are “some aspects that may raise questions” about a possible genocide.