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RUSSIAN GENOCIDE IN UKRAINE: 100 YEARS OF EXTERMINATION OF THE UKRAINIAN NATION

In the process of de-occupation of the territories occupied by Russia, the world society was shocked by the committed by Russian Federation acts that, prima facie, have the characteristics of a crime of genocide and, in the future, may be defined as genocide by adjudicatory bodies at various levels.

Here is a short historical and law review of Regional Centre for Human Rights, which can shed the light on the question how the international crimes of Russia in Ukraine are connected with each other and whether the humanity really faced not only the worst war in Europe after the WW II full of war crimes, but became the witness of the final act of a genocide, conceived at least a hunded years ago.

 

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