The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights issued a statement on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
The United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights said in a statement that between February 24, 2022 and May 21, 2023, 8,895 civilians were killed during the Ukrainian-Russian war.
In a statement by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, “From February 24, 2022, when the large-scale offensive of the Russian Federation began, to May 21, 2023, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) stated that 8,895 civilians were killed in the country and 15,117 civilians. He recorded that he was injured.”
DATA OF UKRAINE AND RUSSIAN CONTROLLED AREAS TO BE EXCHANGED
As of 21 May, OHCHR detailed civilian casualties in Ukraine and Russian-controlled areas. According to a written statement, 6,910 civilians were killed and 12,414 civilians were injured in Ukrainian-controlled areas. In Russian-controlled territories, 1,985 civilians were killed and 2,703 people were injured.
133 LOSS OF LIVES BETWEEN MAY 1-221
On the other hand, 133 civilians died between 1 and 21 May 2023. Of these civilians, 76 were reported to be men, 38 women, 4 boys and 1 girl. The sex of 14 dead civilians could not be established.
Between these dates, 466 people were affected. The victims included 182 men, 116 women, 15 boys, 7 girls and 146 adults of unknown sex.
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