Fighting continues on the 12th day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with 20,000 Mariopols trapped, while Russian President Vladimir Putin says fighting will continue until Kiev surrenders.
Ukraine, meanwhile, has called on the UN High Court to issue an emergency ruling to stop the Russian invasion.
According to Russian media, most of the people in the coastal city of Mariupol are trapped underground, while water and electricity have also been cut off due to the bombing in the city.
The Russian president has made it clear that the only way to stop Kiev is to meet Russia’s demands.
The United Nations says 364 civilians have been killed, including more than 20 children, and hundreds more injured since the February 24 attack by Moscow.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says most of the deaths were caused by bombings.
Russia’s claim is based on misinterpretation
According to Reuters, Ukraine will tell the court on Monday that “Putin’s claim of genocide is based on misinterpretation.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that Russia’s military action was necessary to protect victims of bullying and genocide in eastern Ukraine.
In response, Ukraine has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Ukraine’s intelligence have been made more than once.
It has filed a lawsuit against the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the two countries have signed a 1948 agreement to prevent genocide. The purpose of this agreement is to resolve disputes between the signatory countries.
Although countries generally follow court decisions, courts do not have the resources to directly enforce their decisions.
The court in which the case has been filed is officially known as the International Court of Justice. The two countries have signed an agreement to prevent genocide in 1948. The purpose of this agreement is to resolve disputes between the signatory countries.
In addition, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Saturday that Putin had misinterpreted the term “genocide” and was misusing it.
The United Nations said on Sunday that more than 1.5 million people had fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
According to officials and UN experts, this number could increase with the advance of Russia.
UNHCR High Commissioner Filippo Grande wrote in a tweet that “1.5 million people have fled Ukraine to neighboring countries in 10 days. This is the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.
According to the United Nations, 4 million people could leave the country.