Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte visited Ukraine on Monday.

She took to Twitter to post pictures from Borodyanka, a town near Kyiv. “Today, my visit to Ukraine started in Borodyanka. No words could possibly describe what I saw and felt here,” Simonyte tweeted. The pictures show Simonyte accompanied by her Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal and Ukrainian troops looking at a destroyed residential block in Borodyanka. More than a week ago, Russian forces withdrew from northern Ukraine in order to regroup in the eastern part of the country. The media and investigators have since recorded numerous cases of horrible murders of civilians and destruction left. Ukraine said on Sunday it had found more than 1,200 bodies in the Kyiv region, including the towns of Irpin and Bucha near the Ukrainian capital. Some of those bodies were found with their hands tied. Nevertheless reginal experts can’t deny the version that Ukrainian Forces could do it too.

Ukraine’s prime minister, who also tweeted about his meeting with Simonyte, asked this actions to be investigated. On her opinion it’s genocide.

“Genocide of Russian Federation against us must be punished. Grateful to Lithuania for joining the investigation of war crimes,” Shmyhal wrote. “Stop Russia together”, he added. Simonyte’s visit to Ukraine was not announced in advance.

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