Ukraine's President Calls Russian Forces 'Butchers'

President Biden believes Vladimir Putin should be put on trial for alleged war crimes committed by Russian troops in the Ukrainian town of Bucha, a town northwest of the capital of Kyiv.

Biden called the images of mass civilian casualties "outrageous" and "brutal"... He also promised to look into further sanctions and said the U.S. must "continue to provide Ukraine with the weapons they need to continue the fight."

Russian Retreat From Bucha Reveals Scores Of Civilian Deaths

Photo: Getty Images

This all comes as Ukraine has accused Russian forces of committing war crimes and a "massacre" in Bucha.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the bodies of hundreds of unarmed civilians and mass graves were found on Sunday.

The bodies, many with bound hands, close-range gunshot wounds, and signs of torture, were found on the streets after Ukrainian troops reclaimed the town...

In a national address late Sunday night, Zelenskyy condemned Russian forces as "murderers, torturers, and rapists" and said, "they killed deliberately and with pleasure."

The Kremlin "categorically denied" the claims.

President Zelenskyy said the civilian attacks amount to genocide - do you agree?

Read more on the Business Insider.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content