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Ukraine: Jean-Yves Le Drian summons the Russian ambassador after the “indecency” of his tweet on Boutcha

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All information related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine this Thursday, April 7, which marks the 43rd day of the conflict.

– The Russian ambassador summoned to the Quai d’Orsay

After the Russian ambassador’s tweet mentioning “a film set” in Boutcha, a city where terrible abuses took place, Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian summoned the Russian ambassador to the Quait d’Orsay .

He expressed “the indecency and the provocation of the communication of the Russian embassy in France on the abuses of Bucha”.

Faced with the indecency and provocation of the communication from the Russian Embassy in France on Bucha’s abuses, I decided to summon the Russian Ambassador to the Quai d’Orsay this morning.

— Jean-Yves Le Drian (@JY_LeDrian) April 7, 2022

– Russia suspended from the Human Rights Council this Thursday?

The UN General Assembly will vote this Thursday, April 7 at 3 p.m., at the request of Westerners, to suspend Russia from the Human Rights Council. This announcement comes after the discovery of many bodies of civilians murdered in Boutcha.

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– Boutcha: “a film set”, the misleading tweet from the Russian Embassy

The Russian Embassy tweeted shamefully about the Boutcha massacre last weekend, writing that it was a “film set”.

– Governor of Luhansk urges civilians to leave

The governor of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday expressed hope to evacuate civilians via five “humanitarian corridors” and urged residents of the area to leave “as long as it is sure”. Ukraine claims that the Russian army, which invaded its territory on February 24, is regrouping for a new offensive in the Donbass region including Luhansk.

“We will get everyone out if the Russians let us reach assembly points (for evacuations). Because as you can see they don’t always respect ceasefires,” Serhiy Gaidai wrote, governor of Luhansk, on Telegram messaging. “I appeal to every inhabitant of the Luhansk region: evacuate as long as it is safe (…) As long as there are buses and trains, take the opportunity.”

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Damaged railway tracks

Serhiy Gaidai said railway tracks in Donetsk region, another part of Donbass, were damaged this week and it took several hours to repair. “It’s an additional red flag,” he said.

In another video message, Serhiy Gaidai said the Russian army failed to break through Ukrainian defenses in his area but was destroying “everything in its path” and “nothing would stop it”. Russia says it is not targeting civilians in what it calls a “special military operation” in Ukraine.

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