An exhibition on Russian war crimes opened during the NATO summit in Vilnius.
This was reported by Yevropeiska Pravda, citing the organizers of the exhibition, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, and the PinchukArtCentre. The partners in organizing the exhibition were the Office of the President of Ukraine and the Embassy of Ukraine in Lithuania.
The Russian War Crimes project showcases photographs taken in different parts of Ukraine since the beginning of the brutal full-scale invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation on February 24, 2022.
Thanks to it, the Summit participants can witness the stories of torture, executions, and bombings committed by Russians against Ukrainian civilians and the military.
"We must make sure that after 500 days of war, it does not turn into a mere news story, behind which human suffering may go unnoticed. We must all join our efforts to achieve justice. And justice is very important. When Ukraine wins, the peace must be just, and this means that war criminals must be brought to justice," said Victoria Čmilite-Nielsen, Speaker of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, at the opening of the exhibition.
Author - Olena Madiak, 11/07/2023