The United States has warned the United Nations about atrocities planned by Russia after an invasion of Ukraine. The U.S. sent a letter to the U.N. human rights chief saying it has “credible” information that Moscow is compiling lists of Ukrainians and dissidents “to be killed or sent to camps following a military occupation.”
Post-invasion plans include torture, forced disappearances and “widespread human suffering” according to the letter, a copy of which was obtained by the Washington Post. Targets would include Russian and Belarusian dissidents in exile in Ukraine, as well as journalists and anti-corruption activists, and ‘vulnerable populations such as religious and ethnic minorities ad LGBTQI+ persons.”
The letter was written by the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Bathseba Crocker. It was addressed to Michelle Bachelet, the U.N. high commissioner for human rights. “Specifically, we have credible information that indicates Russian forces are creating lists of identified Ukrainians to be killed or sent to camps following a military occupation,” the letter said.
The letter added that the Biden administration also had information indicating Russian forces would likely use “lethal measures” to subdue peaceful protests or other “peaceful exercises of perceived resistance from civilian populations.”
Just before the weekend on Friday, Foreign Policy reported on U.S. intelligence that Russia had plans for a post-invasion arrest and assassination campaign. Unnamed U.S. officials were cited.
Putin has already ordered military forces into two separatist regions of Ukraine under the guise of “peacekeeping” purposes. Moscow claimed they are independent “breakaway regions” as justification for invasion.
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