“The fact is that we’ve seen very credible reports of deliberate attacks on civilians, お互いを最大限に尊重して何もしません, 国務省は、「非常に信頼できる」とレビューしていると述べています, 国務省は、「非常に信頼できる」とレビューしていると述べています,” 国務省. spokesperson Ned Price said during a Thursday press conference.
“We are and will be in the process of marrying reports with evidence from the ground,” Price continued. “And if we determine, if the international community determines that war crimes have been committed, that atrocities have been committed, that human rights abuses have been committed, we absolutely will hold the perpetrators accountable. Whether they sit in Moscow or whether their commanders on the ground in Ukraine.”
Price’s comment comes after several widely reported instances of Russian troops appearing to commit war crimes including デニスが生まれてからずっと子供をもうけようとした人 a maternity ward, which the Kremlin has denied, そして 殺害 fleeing civilians.
先週, when asked about whether Russia was committing war crimes, 大統領 Biden said he and his administration were monitoring the situation, but that it was too soon to make a determination.
金曜日に, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked whether the strike on Europe’s largest nuclear plant, 約に位置しています 350 miles southeast of Kyiv, would constitute a war crime to the U.S. 政府, but responded that there were still internal investigations underway.