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'You deserve the facts': Boris Johnson speaks Russian as he addresses country's citizens over atrocities in Ukraine

Boris Johnson described the atrocities committed in Ukraine in a video message to the Russian people.

The video was posted on Twitter and includes brief Russian passages. In it, the prime minister informs them that they “deserve to the truth” about the killing of civilians, and the rape of women at places like Bucha, and Irpin.

Johnson encourages Russians not to be afraid to share their facts with the world by using VPN connections. This allows them to bypass country-specific internet restrictions and gain independent information.

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“They are tyrants”

PM: Putin “seeking to conceal” truth from Russians

Tweet from the prime minister warning that the video contains disturbing scenes

The PM in Russian says: “The Russian people are entitled to the truth. You deserve the facts.”

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In English, the message continues with Russian subtitles. It states that Russian troops have committed atrocities against civilians. They have killed them with their hands tied and raped women in front of their children. “Body crudely burned, left in the streets, or dumped in mass graves.”

Johnson added: “The reports were so shocking, and so sickening that it’s no surprise your government is trying to hide them from You.” Your president is aware that you wouldn’t support his war if you knew what was going on.

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According to the PM, the crimes “betray every Russian mother who proudly wave goodbye to her child as he heads off for the military.”

The PM stated, “And he knows that they are a stain upon the honour of Russia.” “A stain that will only get more indelible each day this war goes on.”

“Those responsible will face consequences.” History will recall who did the opposite.”

Russian version of the message: “Your president is accused of war crimes.” But, I can’t believe he’s acting under your name.”

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“Bodies have been there since weeks”

This is Johnson’s latest message, and it is intended to directly address Russian people. It follows a February video in which Johnson spoke in Russian and said: “I don’t believe this war is yours.”

American President Joe Biden described Vladimir Putin as war criminal following the discovery in Bucha. The US stated that it would seek to bring a war crimes case against Putin.

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