Russia-Ukraine updates: Amnesty International′s Ukraine chief quits | News | DW

Oksana Pokalchuk, the director of Amnesty International’s Ukraine office, quit the organization following accusations Amnesty made against the Ukrainian army in a report.

The rights group accused the Ukrainian army of endangering civilians by using residential neighborhoods as a base for military operations in several towns following Russia’s February 24 invasion.

Kyiv has reacted to the report by likening the report to Russian propaganda. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Amnesty International was shifting the blame to the victim and aiding in Russia’s unprovoked attack on his country.

On Friday, Pokalchuk wrote on Facebook that local Amnesty officials have consistently noted that their organization should take into account information provided by Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense…

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