Zelensky fury as Amnesty International accuses UKRAINE of endangering civilians' lives

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has furiously lashed out at Amnesty International after it accused his forces of violating international law and endangering civilians in their defence against Russia‘s on-going invasion.

In a report on Thursday, Amnesty listed incidents in 19 cities and towns in which Ukrainian forces appeared to have put civilians in harm’s way by establishing bases in residential areas – findings Zelensky equated to victim blaming.

The rights group, he said, had sought to offer ‘amnesty (to) the terrorist state and shift the responsibility from the aggressor to the victim’.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has furiously lashed out at Amnesty International after it accused his forces of violating international law and endangering civilians in their defence against Russia’s on-going invasion. Pictured: Zelensky speaks in his late night address on Thursday, in which he criticised Amnesty International over its report

In a report on Thursday (pictured being shared on Twitter), Amnesty listed incidents in 19 cities and towns in which Ukrainian forces appeared to have put civilians in harm's way by establishing bases in residential areas - findings Zelensky equated to victim blaming

In a report on Thursday…

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