war in Ukraine: More than 5,100 people have died in the war in Ukraine, according to the united Nations
In Ukraine, the Russian operation launched since February 24 continues. According to the United Nations, the human rights monitoring mission in Ukraine has so far reported more than 11,800 casualties, including 5,100 deaths including 346 children across the country. For the deputy spokesman for the Secretary General of the United Nations, Farhan Haq, the number of dead and injured civilians is likely to be higher.
“The UN is deeply concerned about this critical situation, where civilians are being hit by indiscriminate shelling. Parties to the conflict must uphold their obligation under international law to protect civilians and infrastructure,” he added.
On February 24, Vladimir Putin launched a military operation in Ukraine, which provoked anger and multiple reactions on an international scale, as well as the imposition of unprecedented and severe financial and economic sanctions against from Moscow. The goal is, according to Moscow, to denazify and disarm the Ukrainian neighbor.