Video: Ukrainians install a screen and show “Russian war crimes” on the border with Belarus | The USA Print

Ucranianos mostraron un video con "crímenes de guerra" de los rusos.

Ukrainians showed a video with “war crimes” of the Russians.

Photo: DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP / Getty Images

Suspected Ukrainian army soldiers set up a huge projector showing alleged images of Russian war crimes on the Belarusian borderthe scenes of which were played at full volume for residents of Belarusian territory.

The jarring scene was captured in a video shared by the Belsat news agency. The nearly two-minute video begins with the sound of air raid sirens, before the Belarusian president is shown. Alexander Lukasheno pledging to stand behind Russia as it bombards Ukrainian cities.

Then, the footage shows some of the most gruesome images of the war: murdered civilians lying in the streets of Bucha, with their hands tied behind their backs; rows of body bags containing bodies recovered from mass graves, among other images.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is then shown appealing to Belarusians to see Russia’s lies about the war. Here the images that the Ukrainians placed.

According to agency reports, the pictures are shown on the border with the Zhytomyr region in Ukraine. A Belarusian flag and a Ukrainian flag were also erected next to each other nearby.

Belsat notes that readers in Belarus reported that the video is clearly visible and audible to area residents.

Belarusian territory was used as a staging ground for the Russian army in the run-up to the full-scale invasion, and Lukashenko has vowed to go full-fledged into the war if the Ukrainians attack his country, a promise that has raised fears that the Kremlin can attract Minsk by provocation.

The Belarusian authorities had previously installed billboards on the border into Ukrainian territory.

According to reports, the Ukrainians first put up a billboard there pleading with Belarusians not to become “occupiers” like the Russians, and in response from the Belarusian side, a billboard was erected telling Ukrainians that the real “occupiers” they were the Americans.

The Belarusian authorities have yet to comment publicly on the new projector and images of war, but have previously complained of “provocations” by the Ukrainians.

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